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"Lansy Feng is a treasure. From the opening moments of the show, you fall in love with her whimsical humour and beautiful voice. Inspired to write by her singing teacher, the inspiration for How I Met My Dead Husband really came from a singing class in which she had to choose a song."

– Felicity, Weekend Notes  (How I Met My Dead Husband by Lansy Feng)

“Feng delivers a gutsy performance, seamlessly moving from one life to the next, changing age, place and era and speaking and singing in three languages. … This sassy, cheeky, talented hero is well-worth the trip to Footscray. She might even teach you a thing or two about love.”

– Sophia Dickinson, Stage Whispers (How I Met My Dead Husband by Lansy Feng)

“Feng has a wry sense of humour and a wonderful comic timing which fill the hour full of hilariously unexpected perspectives. Her incredibly mobile face has an anime effect and Feng's diminutive stature and delicate features and aura are belied by a soulful contralto voice which will shock you to the core.”

– Samsara Dickson, What Does She Think?  (How I Met My Dead Husband by Lansy Feng)

“ Feng clearly has vocal experience, and she managed to really hammer home the emotion and feeling in each song – so much so that the audience (most of which it could be assumed to not understand the words) would have the correct emotional response to the music. It was a very impressive feat – most of the time in a narrative-driven piece like this, having an understanding of the vocals is usually important, but Feng managed to convey meanings that were clearly universal in their appeal. I suppose there is something to be said for the universal appeal of music.”

– Aidan Johnson, The Independent Arts Journal  (How I Met My Dead Husband by Lansy Feng)

“As Feng weaves her love story across centuries and continents, she sings beautifully in a mix of Mandarin, French and English … The story feels at once completely original and like a timeless fable. ”

– Jesse Paris-Jourdan, Beat Mag  (How I Met My Dead Husband by Lansy Feng)

“...I thoroughly enjoyed Lansy Feng’s beautiful singing. When the song words weren’t in Engligh, they were in Mandarin or French, however there was always such emotion in the melody and Lansy’s eyes that we could always tell what Lansy was singing about. I could see the joy and sparkle in Lansy’s eyes every time she sang above love. At other times, Lansy’s eyes were wistful and misty as she sang about loss and the sacrifices of love. Lansy looks demure however she sings emphatically as Chuen-Jiau!”

– Tay Around Town  (How I Met My Dead Husband by Lansy Feng)

" Lansy has a beautiful deep mellow voice that suits the jazz-style songs but her haunting purity of voice caresses the traditional Taiwanese melodies just as well. One Edith Piaf song is particularly magic. She spans the tongues of three languages as well as four lifetimes throughout the performance speaking English, Mandarin and French that is healed in this song."

– Felicity, Weekend Notes  (How I Met My Dead Husband by Lansy Feng)

'Lansy Feng's vitality, sweetness and unforced charm make us really care for her character ... Kyle Roberts, an actor with an impressive range, provides an excellent foil for Ms Feng, and a real generosity that enables Ms Feng to shine. Mazz Ryan’s "Under a Rock" reaches a satisfying but sad conclusion.'

- Stage Whispers  (The City Park Plays - Melbourne Writers Theatre)

"Aimee March and Lansy Feng became the hilarious yet politically-enlightening Rosencrantz and Guildenstern respectively, a slapstick duo with side-splitting comic timing and large facial expressions to keep the audience in stitches. March is double-cast as the ghost of St Joan, charging huffily around in her green light and trying to get her message across; Feng steals the show in her cameo as the ghost of Ophelia’s mother, generating rupturous laughter and applause throughout her brief stay." 

Jye Cannon, Theatre People 

(Ophelia Thinks Harder- Wit Incorporated theatre company)

" ...Feng showed some beautiful comedy skills as the ghost of Ophelia's mother."

– What did she thinks  

(Ophelia Thinks Harder- Wit Incorporated theatre company)

“Lansy Feng gives my favourite performance as Jen, a tough as nails, brash event organiser who can control everything but her own uterus. Feng finds a very emotionally effective balance between a woman who’s accomplished, witty and unapologetic in her interactions who finds a deep well of vulnerability and doubt within her … ”
– Darby Turnbull, Theatre People
Every Second by Vanessa Bates) 


“Feng Is mesmerizing as she recites the days of country closures or the colours that have disappeared. She helps the audiences feel the fear which we are to assume is under all the characters actions."

- Liza Bermingham , Stage Whisper (Bleached by Laura Collins)

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