***** A small but important role for Deborah Klayman.
Tim Mottershed on Hedda Gabler, RemoteGoat
**** Klayman as Emilia and Alice Bonifacio as Bianca, portray their roles with dignity and strength.
Amy Taylor on Othello, The Reviews Hub
**** aided and abetted by his wife Emilia (Deborah Klayman) which made Othello’s downfall believable
Tim Mottershed on Othello, RemoteGoat
Gloucester's eyes were put out, triumphantly, by Deborah Klayman's strong Regan.
King Lear, Chester Chronicle
Deborah Klayman, who is a fierce Fluellen and a gentle lady-in-waiting.
Anthea West on Henry V, RemoteGoat
Particularly enjoyable are Thomas Heard and Deborah Klayman...their horrible Mr and Mrs Pugh is a poisonous pleasure.
Jonathan Lovett on Under Milk Wood, The Stage
**** There are fantastic little one liners and some wonderful little quips...Kemp and Klayman are making sure that no funny goes unturned in this feisty little farce.
James Waygood on My Bloody Laundrette, Grumpy Gay Critic
Klayman flaunts an accent and radiates palpable frustration...sharp and enjoyable.
Rita Suszek on My Bloody Laundrette, The F Word
Strong performances from Ali Kemp and Deborah Klayman.
Catriona MacLeod on eXclusion, The Scotsman
***** Klayman sang with a remarkably powerful voice.
Mel Wallington on Lipstick on Your Collar, News Shopper
***** Acted superbly by Klayman and Charlotte Couture as the two women on the edge.
James Waygood on Three AM, Grumpy Gay Critic