"The play is a natural for summer family entertainment... the kids enjoyed A Servant of Two Masters."
- Lee Brady, Pacific Sun
"...an enjoyable, sometimes bawdy romp that pleases with its mix of humor, fluff, and rapid-fire wit. The ostensible star of the show is the titular servant Truffaldino, played with a surprising and effective blend of straight comedy and acid wit by Patrick Flick. One rewarding aspect of this adaptation of 'Servant' is its use of topical asides to enliven the comedy, and Flick puts that freedom to good use when addressing the audience directly, more like a stand-up act than a night of classic theater... good, simple laughs can be hard to come by, and Goldoni's script and these actors' performances give them generously."
- Olga Azar, Marin Scope