"Even when Frida died with an "I hope not to come back" in her mouth, the audience participates from the inauguration of that exhibition in the "Galería de Arte Contemporáneo" in 1953, a year before her death.
She is brought out to life with acid humour and politic consciousness, mixing sadness and optimism in this interactive play, into a non conventional theatrical space, turning Cada quien su Frida to an unforgettable show."
Estela Leñero Franco, crític from “Proceso” magazine
"I consider actor's development was magnificent, no one better than Ms. Medina to continue with Frida's legacy (starting from her ideals), the atmosphere is very personal. Of course, I will be an enthusiastic promoter for everyone's excellent work. (Congratulations to Dead Frida, was incredible)."
Emma Del Carmen Mercado M, Audience
"I had felted a great intimacy and union between the actors and the audience, always cozier in a house full of voices from the past that arrives to our present. Thanks to every one for a night that had touched my soul. I loved the announcement in the newspaper."
Ted y Magdalena Stone / Albany, New York, Audience
"Congratulations for this show that moreover its artistic value, it makes us keep in mind our brothers fighting for dignity and rights."
H.J. Beltrán, Audience