If Chicago were a different sort of theater city -- more internationally curious and adventurous -- a director such as T.U.T.A. artistic head Zeljko Djukich would be having his way with the classics at the city's big non-profit resident theaters. As is, he manages plenty on his own and on a low budget, creating three-dimensional landscapes that distill an essence of a text, or an idea within it.
Michael J. Phillips
Chicago Tribune, November 19, 2005