"Salvation is at hand. Alexis Gwynn finds the right combination of brattiness, tomboy directness, and inquisitiveness as the irrepressibly precocious Dinah. Gwynn is funny and clear in her part, establishing Dinah as a character we will look forward to seeing, mainly because she cuts holes in anyone’s pretensions, particularly Tracy’s, amusingly provides the exposition she’s assigned, and asks the questions the audience wants to know while remaining totally authentic as an early teenager and petulant younger sister."
"Much to the credit of this piece is the stellar talent... Alexis Gwynn plays Dinah, the precocious, scheming younger sister who knows far more than she should."
"Gwynn is excellent in this role, as the younger sister who schemes and speaks her mind. The dynamic between Schaefer and Gwynn is remarkable, and their scenes have a warmth that easily conveys their sibling-like relationship."
- Kelli Curtin, Broadway World
“Alexis (Lexi) Gwynn played the bride's kid sister and deftly flung her laugh lines – she has many in the glib script – for all they're worth ...
- Newsworks, Shapiro on Theatre
"Lexi has poise and panache"
-DC Metro Theatrearts.com
"(Lexi) does a terrific job ..."