" Ray Loynd of The Los Angeles Times called the show “a delicious, tuneful parody of icons and epochs in American history with one of the freshest numbers satirizing Francis Scott Key auditioning the Star Spangled Banner before a hyper, post-colonial song plugger. "

" The Pasadena Weekly’s Joe Jennison said, “American Twistory is a sure fire hit,” “a fractured and funny version of American history as we know it,” and “a talented cast with dead–on impersonations. "

" Peggy O’Hara of the Highlander Newspaper said, “American Twistory is impertinent, saucy and clever.” “It was almost impossible to give credit to all of the outstanding elements of this musical.” “This is a musical to see more than once.” “American Twistory is ferociously funny. "