"What carries the production is...the obvious joy the actors are taking in performing (Emma Luttrell's Orko...comes to mind)."
-Windy City Times on 'The Tragedy of He-Manlet, Prince of Eternia'
"Mairead (Emma Luttrell)...was the only female in the play and came through as a tough and powerful presence."
-Peoria Live Theatre League on 'The Lieutenant of Inishmore'
"Emma Lutrell (sic) plays the object of Seymour's desire, and proves to be quite the double threat. The ICC theater student has the best singing voice in the house. She also portrays Audrey's personality in that most convincing of ways, where you want to tell her (as Seymour does) that she should not have low self-esteem."
-Peoria Live Theatre League on 'Little Shop of Horrors'
"Olive (Emma Luttrell) is a nerdy and sweet girl who shows that winning isn't everything, portrayed with wit and compassion by Luttrell."
-Peoria Live Theatre League on 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee'
"Also giving an outstanding performance is Emma Luttrell as (the) slightly unhinged mother. Her speech at the funeral is both hilarious and touching and her seemingly uncaring attitude toward her children is very well played."
-Peoria Live Theatre League on 'Dead Man's Cell Phone'