selected press
New York Magazine: “To Do: See Joan of Arc in a Supermarket in California”

Variety: “Sundance Institute Announces Ignite and Adobe Fellows (Exclusive)”
Vulture: “Review: Joan of Arc in A Supermarket in California” / “Fall Preview 2023”
TimeOut New York: “This Experimental Show Takes Place at a Brooklyn Bodega”
Sundance Institute: “2023 Sundance Ignite x Adobe Fellows Announced”
Adobe Blog: “Meet the Talented 2023 Sundance x Adobe Fellows”
Playbill: “The Tank Announces 20th Anniversary Core Productions”
NoBudge: “2020 NoBudge Films of the Year”
Women & Hollywood: “Teen Dreams and Nightmares: VOD Picks”

general praise
“[...] the show is, at times, inarguably funny. There’s a chattery, freewheeling humor to the scenes with the supermarket’s current employees. Xtina lets the girls’ language tumble out in all its casual, intimate shorthand, its weirdness and messy desire.”
-Sara Holdren, Vulture

“The exact right blend of fabulous, feminist, and totally fucked up.”

-Kate Schatz, NYT-bestselling author of the Rad American Women A-Z and Rad Women Worldwide

“[...] this is only the beginning of Xtina’s punk, misandrist filmic lens.”
-Shayna Maci Warner, Women and Hollywood

“Xtina’s film is constructed as a series of vivid details, a film that perfectly captures the vulnerability and naïveté of teenage life.”
-Kentucker Audley, NoBudge

“a kaleidoscopic vision of interiority, feminity, and solitude blown up to the size of the solar system. [Xtina‘s] imagination has the power and intensity of the sun.”
-Ryan Stevens, playwright

“Just like many things in this play, the theatre needs to burn down and when it's rebuilt lets only produce Chloe Xtina's plays!”
-Shaun Leisher, dramaturg

“This play is like if 13 Going on 30 was rewritten by Fiona Apple.”
-Karolyn Mckenzie, filmmaker