Alexandra Bonesho is utterly winning as the artist’s on-again-off-again girlfriend. (ZEN AM, Theater for the New City)
— Ronald Gross, New York Theatre Buyers Guide
Alexandra Bonesho (Maria/Antonio) and Kaileela Hobby (Viola) each stand out, in particular, as being highly engaging. (TWELFTH NIGHT, Duende Productions)
— Anthony J. Piccione, Associate New York City Critic, Onstageblog
I once suggested Bonesho may be locking up every sexpot role in local theater, but she’s doing it as a good actress tackling parts head-on. Here her turn as Khaled’s accusatory girlfriend is perfectly done... (BACK OF THE THROAT, Next Act Theatre)
— Dominique Paul Noth, Urban Milwaukee
Bonesho continues to dazzle audiences as she is building an enviable reputation as an actor to keep an eye on, and if you think that’s a Groucho double entendre, go ahead and think that. She plays all the women in Groucho’s life with a wistful and willful delight. (GROUCHO: A Life in Revue, Next Act Theatre)
— Dave Begel, OnMilwaukee.com
Esmeralda — the gypsy’s daughter who, in a compelling performance by Alexandra Bonesho, struggles to transcend her prescribed role as ditsy sex toy, in a world where nearly every character is as conflicted and confused as was Williams himself. (CAMINO REAL, Off The Wall Theatre)
— Mike Fischer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel