"Sharp, bitterly funny drama... Streamlined and stylized, No. 11 marches inexorably from knowing innocence to bewildered devastation without a false step."
"Whether Cunningham is offering an indictment of spoiled youth in general or simply giving us a portrait of one dysfunctional microcosm, No. 11 is a scathing piece of work... No. 11 has a lot of impact due to its revelation of harsh realities -- none of which, to Cunningham's credit, are softened or apologized for."
"Critic's Pick: Profound moral blindness may be the central subject of the show, but the material is so expertly sheathed in verbal humor and attitude, one can only call this a comedy of manners about date rape... Cunningham deftly reproduces the teen genius for verbal invention, especially in the service of put-downs and braggadocio... One can luxuriate in the lean, fast-moving script."
"An intriguing, elliptical play about a group of teens in an affluent suburban community, their efforts to fit in and be cool, and one member's violence which rocks their world... No. 11 (Blue and White) is important as it introduces an exciting new writer to the theater -- one who is willing to scratch some surfaces that might prove to be uncomfortable."