"No Villain is an intriguing curio, and Turner’s raw, claustrophobic production, with a simple and evocative design by Max Dorey, makes a strong case for the interest of what Miller himself considered his most autobiographical play. "
"Max Dorey’s shabby rooming-house and warehouse sets supply much-needed atmosphere..."
"Max Dorey’s small set evokes both the family home and the garment factory, where his realisation of those rails of white coats behind the action in the factory peoples the stage with an eerie chorus of extras, and he takes us from home to factory with a simple but effective switch..."
"It is a very 1930s situation and the wailing of a saxophone sets the mood precisely as we join the family waiting for Arnie who is hitch-hiking home from university. Designer Max Dorey’s sitting room somehow suggests a family that’s gone down in the world and ingeniously turns into Abe’s factory by adding a rack of coats."
British Theatre Guide