"Nancy Keystone's direction is about as compelling and thoughtful al the Los Angeles theatre scene has to offer. There is not one moment of LOW LEVEL PANIC that does not ring of truth...under Keystone's guidance, (it) works as a drama, a documentary and an introduction to a world we may not enjoy but must acknowledge."
—Bruce Feld, Drama-Logue, 1992

"Director Nancy Keystone's production...is the real issue-oriented, feminist thing: a stinging flesh-and-blood rebuke against sex as ritual and women as sex objects."
—Ray Loynd, Los Angeles Times, 1992