Shining through as the obvious star of the show, Juliet, played by Annika Boras, stole the hearts of the audience with her vibrant and balanced portrayal of a young girl torn between her family, her love, and her growing sense of self. Portrayed in this version as somewhat of a tomboy, Juliet walked with a stride in her knee-high boots and effused an air of self-confidence...Boras gave a balanced performance of the character...with episodes of self-doubt, and moments of true tenderness.”
Annika Boras’s surly punk-princess Juliet who does not remove her combat boots even to consummate her marriage spend(s) the entire balcony scene ricocheting between pique and frustration.
-The Boston Phoenix
Both Mickey Solis, who plays Romeo, and Annika Boras, who plays Juliet, are talented thespians, and their performances, which fluctuate between hysterical and tragic, are perfectly in tune...
-The Tufts Daily