Reviews and press for One Day Home
“…a touching and sensitively executed allegory about hope. What may, at first glance, appear to be a short comedic film about "mattress shopping" is instead an exhortation to spring back from life's disappointments and to move forward.”
“Miller reveals great depth and reach in her performance.”
David Appleford, Valley Stage and Screen
“the meet-cute in mattress store heaven is a fun thirteen minute short made all the more pleasing because of a likable turn from its leading lady.”
Interview with Carol Kahn at the Sedona Film Festival
Interviews with Jonathan Lipp at the Big Apple Film Festival
Reviews and press for Capacity
"A speculative story of stunning emotional power."
"A lovely, captivating exploration... Albert and Mileva's complicated romance asks whether intense genius and intense love can long exist in the same relationship, or the same person."
"Miller's lyrical storytelling... is clear-eyed and beautifully crafted. Capacity casts a spell that may forever alter how we feel about Albert Einstein.
Full review here.
Alexa Chipman, Imagination Lane Reviews
"Capacity is a study in wonder- its beauty of creation and destruction."
"Playwright Rebecca Louise Miller finds the right balance between technical mathematics and down to earth dialog, giving a flavor of science without the play becoming a lecture on physics."
"A rare opportunity to wrestle with the question of what freedom truly means. Journey through an evening of intellectual stimulation and tragic love."
Read the full review here.