Kenneth Moraleda and Monica Sayers as Boi and Nam are very enjoyable as comic relief.
Ann Foo – ArtsHub
Kenneth Moraleda brings vulnerability and sentimentality to the show, with intensely moving expressions of the migrant experience, bringing attention to the play’s humanitarian concerns.
Suzy Wrong – Suzy Goes See
a journey charged by a strong element of suspense and enlivening performances by Kowitz, Moraleda and especially Sacdpraseuth
JASON BLAKE – Sydney Morning Herald
More of the humour comes from Boi and Nam which Moraleda and Sayers present with a balance of levity and seriousness. Moraleda ensures Boi is seen as the more nostalgic of the pair whilst Nam appears more pragmatic in her understanding they can potentially do more for their daughter earning money in Australia and sending it back to Thailand.
Jade Kops- Broadway World
good work from Kenneth Moraleda as Boi, Srisacd Sacopraseuth as the recently deceased chef Loong, and Monica Sayers as Nam, desperate to find the best way to support her daughter back home in Thailand.
Ben Neutze – Daily Review
there are good performances by Mason Phoumirath, who is very affecting as Ben; by Kenneth Moraleda and Monica Sayers as conflicted workers; and by Sri Sacdpraseuth as the dead chef.
John McAllum – The Australian