"The Last Five Years" with Clearwater Theatre Company, 2012
"Alison Jutzi and John Boag are stunning talents."
Mooney on Theatre, 2012
"Oh, What a Lovely War!" at Soulpepper, 2010
"Particularly moving are the male chorus and sweet-voiced Alison Jutzi."
Paula Citron in The Globe and Mail, 2010
"Dry Streak" at The Grand Theatre, 2009
"Alison Jutzi as the married daughter, Denise, a typical hockey mom, is perfect in her blend of character whether presenting smart solutions to problems or bellowing at her misbehaved twins out the window.
Dean Hall in The Beat, 2009
"The Art of Silent Killing" at 4th Line Theatre, 2006
"These people are brought to life exquisitely by the incredible talent of Alison Jutzi."
Catherine Whitnall in The Daily Post, 2006
"Crow Hill" at 4th Line Theatre, 2004
"Jutzi's portrayal of Alice is both touching and comic, weaving a delicate balance between her young and aging self. She manoeuvers skillfully, avoiding the sentimental pitfalls and lobs a few bon mots of her own. Her Alice is perceptive and alert even when put upon, and her performance rings with honesty. "
Bea Quarrie in The Peterborough Examiner, 2004
"An Ideal Husband" at Theatre and Company, 2002
Sir Robert's trusting wife, Lady Gertrude Chiltern, is exquisitely played by Alison Jutzi, with a perfect balance of grace and charm, descending to indignation and disappointment when she learns of her perfect husband's indiscretion. This is a gem of a performance.
Harry Currie in The Record, September 2002
Alison Jutzi is Lady Chiltern who...captures the impeccable but ultimately bland ways of the Victorian upper crust. This only adds to her sense of woe when her pristine world is set to come crashing down, and Jutzi's delivery of raw emotion here is quite powerful.
Declan Kelly in Echo, September 2002