The Arbor Company
-"The Little Foxes” is a true ensemble piece....Puette’s performance flourishes in the emotional reality generated by her wonderful costars. They supply the steel on which she sharpens her blade.”...
-"Judging by the ham-handed con jobs he works up with his silly, spoiled son, Leo — wonderfully played by Calvin Picou..."
-“The Little Foxes is perfection... A monumental achievement.”
-“Calvin Picou is fantastic as Leo, Oscar’s conniving but dimwitted son”
-“Calvin Picou fully inhabits the role of Leo.”
-“Calvin Picou is wonderfully unlikable as Oscar’s dimwitted disappointment of a son Leo, the only person here unable to hide his well-bred roguery"...
-“stunning, STUNNING...the most capable troupe of actors, all.”
-“But, with all the previous productions of THE LITTLE FOXES that I've experienced, I don't remember chuckling so often during this period drama....Another scene of comic gold involved the conspiratory double-talking of the commanding Rob Nagle as the ambitious Oscar Hubbard, the congenial Mike McShane as the take charge Ben Hubbard, and the purposely oblivious Calvin Picou as the dimwitted Leo, Oscar's son.”