Time Out New York: 12 breakout performances on Broadway and Off in 2016
It seems almost cruel to single out one woman from the remarkable ensemble of Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves, a sports play in which individual personalities are supposed to unfold slowly, through repetition and behavior at a series of soccer games. But Millan is meant to stick out in the story. She’s the new girl on an indoor girls soccer team: quirky, awkward, a bit of a mystery to the others. Understated but comically gifted, Millan imbued her character’s blank looks and elliptical pauses with a quizzical otherness that was fascinating. She seems like a clean slate, observing the kinetic and social rituals of the other girls, absorbing data for later use. Sometimes the “outsider” character is an authorial device for smuggling in exposition, but here, Millan was more than just a cub.