Photo by Jose M. Osorio for  Chicago Tribune

Photo by Jose M. Osorio for Chicago Tribune

press

"Bea Cordelia, the cocreator and cowriter of the T, is poised to be a breakout star... [I]n her solo scenes, Cordelia gives a heartbreaking performance without saying a word, deftly tapping into universal emotions of love, loss, and confusion."

"Chicago-made webseries to watch in 2018" by Brianna Wellen, Chicago Reader

“But she also questions the very definition of ‘female breasts’ in the context of transgender people and whether authorities can fairly apply laws based on binary gender to gender-non-conforming people.”

A transgender woman is challenging Chicago’s definition of the female breast” by Meagan Flynn, The Washington Post

“It’s her unwavering desire to utilize the magnificent body to touch, to connect, to allow her audience to be as seen as she wants to be. This will doubtlessly remain her greatest asset for as long as she continues with her unrelenting pursuit to see herself.”

6 Theatre Workers You Should Know,” American Theatre

Photo by Grace Pisula for  Women of the Now

Photo by Grace Pisula for Women of the Now

"Cordelia's performance represents The Fly Honey Show at its best—a space for lesser-heard voices to be sexy, messy, funny, and honest."

"The Fly Honey Show grows into a Chicago institution" by Ashley Ray-Harris, Chicago Reader

"Bea Cordelia’s 'The Body Electric' sets the room on fire. Be careful: These words could easily short out the lights and you’ll only have her presence and fury to power the place."

"Fly As Hell," Newcity Stage

“That’s why Cordelia believes it’s so important for television shows—whether a groundbreaking indie web series or a reality dating show that reaches millions of homes—to examine [transphobic] toxicity.”

The Star of the Groundbreaking New Web Series ‘the T"‘ Wants to Be the First Trans Bachelorette” by Nico Lang, INTO