"Natalie Lifson is one of America's youngest women playwrights and a name that you will soon see often in theatre credits."
"We need more women leaders in the arts and Natalie is one amazing shining star to look out for."
-Richard Cameron, Theatre Chat
"There is a fun storyline and catchy tunes that helped keep me interested and involved. When the characters in a play seem to have been written specifically for the actors cast in their roles, when the actors trust what they are doing, and when a production appears to have seamlessly and organically transpired on the stage, something important has happened.”
-Deborah Grimberg, Midtown International
"The first thing I should say is that I am floored by a playwright who is wise, intellectual and talented way beyond her 17 years. She reminds me of S.E. Hinton, in her insight as well as her potential to continue doing many more great, memorable things, hopefully on Broadway and in the literary world. I feel privileged to have been a part of only the beginning of the brilliant career of a talented artist. My 13 year old daughter was mesmerized, and I can say that is an unusual thing considering she's 13."
"I can't get over the creative complexity, maturity, and insight in a 17-year-old."
“Talented and bright, popular and responsible, mature and respected, Natalie has managed to balance creative arts, music, writing, community involvement, and a challenging school curriculum. Her patience, enthusiasm, warmth, and expertise has made her endeavors highly successful. Natalie is laborious, self-motivated, and creative. Her hard work and diligence was an example to others and an inspiration to all. Natalie’s dedication, talents, and ability made the success of all that she touched a reality.”
-Isaac Baumfeld, Director of French Woods Festival
"Natalie took over every single aspect of production [for Calliope, a litmag]: gathering material from other writers, formatting the issue, communicating with our publisher. Natalie is talented, but it is her drive, her dedication, and her commitment that ensure that her talent will always reach its fullest potential."
-Teacher, The Pingry School