"When does refusal to face reality turn destructive? How long can we ignore the warning signs of our own demise? A Happy End is an intriguing and sobering tale."
"By means of a single family, this play describes the life of a whole nation."
"The best show Tashkent has seen in the last decade... Its theme is of the greatest importance to the entire world. This show proves that the art of theater exists and is alive, and will remain so forever."
"Distressing and effective... Any educated person is aware of the monstrosity that was Nazi Germany, yet this play shocks... It takes on a palpable urgency... What ensues is unexpected, or perhaps simply difficult to swallow... A distressing, i.e. successful, play. Zeroing in on a single couple one naively imagines should know better, Iddo Netanyahu involves the audience at a comprehensible scale."
"A thought-provoking work that handles its familiar subject matter with great care, a tale that will have you wondering what you would do in a similar situation."
"When the play ended, there was no applause. The total silence in the audience rang out, so strong was the feeling of currency that the play gave to history... At the St. Petersburg news-conference which ended the festival, the critics and those in attendance gave a standing ovation to the theater troop."
"A play which is very current to our times. I wanted to give a huge thanks to the director, the playwright and the theater for causing me to think over and over how an older person like me has a responsibility to younger people, to tell them that life also contains great evil."