The Invisibility of Eileen
By Kit Brennan
“Toronto actor Leisa Way is brilliant as Eileen, the 45 year old who is suddenly forced to re-examine her life by her new befuddled and mysterious friend Spragge. Starting as a busy, put upon and lonely social worker, Eileen becomes stronger and stronger as the story progresses.”
Way takes the trip well.
- Josh Hammerstedt, This Week in PG
“ Toronto actor Leisa Way as Eileen Turnball arguably has the tougher role, one she carries off with flair.
The role is a big departure from her delightful portrayal as the sultry siren Diana in TNW’s production of Lend Me A Tenor.
Way gives a riveting portrayal of Eileen – the selfless wife, mother and social worker who, with the help of Spragge, embarks on a quest to rediscover who she really is. In both her comedic and dramatic scenes, Way is outstanding.”
- Teresa Mallam, The Free Press