Check out Laura's HuffPost Live interview and article "Stop Dodging Compliments: It's Not Cute and You're Better Than That."
Reviews for Money Lab: An Economic Vaudeville
"...it could have been that Edward Einhorn and Patrice Miller’s hilarious, provocative dance to the economic jargon surrounding the subprime mortgage crisis, “Dead Cat Bounce,” influenced the subsequent auction of patronage for Miller to cause an “art bubble,” which even included the spontaneous creation of an arts foundation among audience members." - The Village Voice
"Don’t ever take a stock tip from a critic, but this one looks like a buy." - New York Magazine
Reviews for Iphigenia In Aulis at La MaMa Theatre
"Laura Hartle is luminous as Iphigenia, moving from buoyant innocence to strength with a quiet grace." - Backstage
"Laura Hartle (in the title role) offers a splendid rainbow of reaction, from desperate begging to acceptance to noble idealism as she transforms from a sobbing child into a patriotic, red-gowned, masked creature striding towards her doom with head held high." - Blogcritics.org
"... the humanitarian conviction and emotional immediacy of Laura Hartle’s Iphigenia round(s) out an essentially flawless ensemble." - Adam McGovern