222w23rdst-a play, about life in the Chelsea Hotel, brought to the stage an authentic story and actual feeling of a time in New York City history that is gone forever. The people (who were characters in and of themselves without embellishment), the look, the feel, the smells and the sounds. Somehow she was able to convey it all. Her account, and so far hers alone, will be an important record of a lost era.  JK Clark, Theater Pizzazz 

I’m Not Finished... Yet is like Dorothy Parker meets Sam Shepard. Wynn Handman, American Place Theater, NYC  

Pugh, What a scorcher! The Evening Herald, Ireland 

I’m Not Finished... Yet rips with the urgency of Pugh’s performance -- a volatile mixture of little girl lost and fast-talking babe. An Astonishing Journey.`` The SundayTribune, Ireland 

The talent of a born actress. An absorbing piece of theatre. The Irish Times 

Knows how to push the limits of a character.  The Stage, London  

The Bohemian folk anti-hero archetype that was born out of the ’60s has never died. This genre is oversaturated...on that spectrum is an artist like Elizabeth Pugh who is able to deliver the emotion that you hope the might get from this type of music. The sun will rise, the night will come and Elizabeth Pugh can sing. Divide and Conquer.  

The souls of Bob Dylan and Nina Simone have merged into Elizabeth Pugh  Dubwise 

Listening to Elizabeth sing is like seeing a bright full moon on a very dark night. PennLive

A performance never seen before.  Foxwood Casino Gazette