Here's some nice stuff that people not related to me have said...

for "Absolutely Filthy":

"A consistently pitch-perfect ensemble" Hollywood Reporter

"The cast is solid across the board...comedy gold." LA Weekly

for "Baal":

"The ensemble is terrific, with particularly nice cameo performances by Jaime Andrews, Jay Bogdanowitsch, Alyssa Preston and Alexis Wolfe." Steven Leigh Morris, LA Weekly - GO!

"[Sims] receives admirable support from Rosati, Wolfe, and Jaime Andrews as the women in Baal's life." Neal Weaver, Backstage West

for "The End of Civilization":

"Johnson and Andrews display their marital torments in persuasive three dimensions." Deborah Klugman, LA Weekly

"Andrews is perfect as the frightened and alienated wife" Beth Temkin, Tolucan Times

"Andrews has a compelling voice" Melonie Magruder, Burbank Leader

for "Tom, Dick & Harry":

"The comic momentum hurtles forward at the speed of a bullet train...The dialogue sounds spontaneous and the characters' desperation -- not to mention perspiration -- looks real...the cast projects enough charm and goodwill (as well as good looks) to distract from rough patches. David Ng, Critic's Choice/LA Times

"Jaime Andrews in a strong showing" Madeleine Shaner, Backstage West

"Great cast...impeccable coming timing from all its actors...Jaime Andrews and Lou Briggs, as the hapless refugees, deserve a special commendation for doing their roles entirely in a foreign (made up?) language." A.K. Whitney, Press Telegram [ps. it's really Albanian!]

"Jaime Andrews has loads of fun as peasant girl Katerina." Steven Stanley, LAstagescene.com

for "Wretched":

"The performances by Joe Bob Briggs and Jaime Andrews are pitch-perfect...Andrews plays Jenny with wide-eyed confusion...expertly acted." Fatallyyours.com

for "The Gas House":

"Producer Jaime Andrews played Adria in the New York production, and we can thank her for introducing L.A. audiences to this brief but powerful look at a couple for whom love was not enough." Steven Stanley, StageSceneLA.com

for "The Swine Show":

"The terrific ensemble circles [Swine] like vultures on acid, playing dozens of roles with rapt versatility...everyone is an unhinged hoot." David C. Nichols, LA Times

"Plunkett’s direction and ensemble are sharp and smart." Amy Nicholson, LA Weekly

for "Serial Killers":

"In this episode, Abi (the phenomenal Jaime Andrews) is unsure of her relationship with Tony (Michael Lanahan)." Mary Montoro, LASplash.com

"The best part was watching the wonderful Jaime Andrews, who played the Human Resources lady Chin Liu, stretching her comedic talents beyond the limit...Andrews, who is in many productions, won for Most Actress, [and] shines in the starring role in writer Bob DeRosa's Zombibi!" Mary Montoro, SOCAL.COM

for "La Bete":

"Act 2 introduces Elomire's company - Jaime Andrews, Yvonne Fisher, Michael Lanahan, Dan Wingard and Heather Witt - a delicious comic unit." David C. Nichols, LA TIMES

"The ensemble members (Rebecca Rhae Larsen, Heather Witt, Dan Wingard, Jaime Andrews, Michael Lanahan, and Yvonne Fisher) are perfect foils for the merriment." Melinda Schupmann, BACKSTAGE WEST

for "600 Days of Pain":

"Wigs, props, and funny voices define the various characters, with Jaime Andrews scoring impressively as the distracted temp agency flunky and the very strange personnel person from Johnson & Taylor." Martin Denton, NYTHEATRE.COM

for "Fifteen Minutes," Edinburgh Festival '02:

"It's a lovely scene actually, played well by Jaime Andrews and Laura Nupponen - very sexual and powerful with just the right degree of innocence." EDINBURGHGUIDE.COM

"Jaime Andrews does a good turn as the slightly predatory lesbian who 'turns' Anne." HAIRLINE Independent Fringe Review

for "'Tis Pity She's a Whore":

"Jaime Andrews as Annabella, and Lisa Raymond as Giovanni, are really very good." CULTUREVULTURE.NET

"Lisa Raymond and Jaime Andrews as the brother and sister are about the only two performers who bring much color to their roles." TALKINBROADWAY.COM

"...Cacioppo's lyrics are...sung with energy, and in the cases of Jaime Andrews (Annabella) and Rachel diCerbo (Hippolita), with vocal skill.  Aaron Leichter, NYTHEATRE.COM

for "It's a Haunted Happenin!":

"The Lucille Ball of B-Movies." DR. SQUID

"Bishow enjoys his most talented cast to date, especially Jaime Andrews who is channeling Lou Costello as the Soultanglers clumsy, perpetually terrified guitarist giving an endearing, fully professional performance." VIDEO WATCHDOG

"Although all the girl rockers are suitably adorable, special mention must be given to Jaime Andrews, who plays Zera, the Soul Tanglers' bundle of nerves guitar player. In her Clash shirt and sweatbands, she's like a cross between Lucille Ball and Joan Jett, a screwball riot grrrl...She's a charmer, this one, with impeccable comic timing." SLEAZEGRINDER

"I'd particularly like to praise supercool Jaime Andrews, whose excellent comedic skills make me wanna see more." SHEMP! Zine

"Also, keep your peepers peeled for the highly animated, muggilicious Jaime Andrews (imagine a scruffier, punk-charged Jenna Elfman) - big things surely await her." HORRORWOOD BABBLE ON

"I LOVE JAIME ANDREWS, I MEAN, I LITERALLY AM IN LOVE WITH JAIME ANDREWS: A few years from now you will be saying, "I made a movie once for $3500 and Jaime Andrews starred in it." She is gorgeous and hilarious, her comic timing is perfect, she knows exactly how much zaniness to put in, depending on the schtick she is doing in a given scene. Someday she will be Sandy Bullock's comic relief gal-pal in some big Hollywood flick." John Marshall, CULT MOVIES MAGAZINE