"Q&A with Michael F. Bergmann" – Interview in Live Design magazine, January 2015, also available as app download
"Why I Went from the Visual Arts to Theater" – Article for The Brooklyn Rail, June 5, 2014
"A clever sight joke involves the city scape rising, with the help of one of Michael F. Bergmann’s projections, to simulate an elevator ride to a very similarly looking the fourth floor inspector’s office. Bergmann’s projections enhance the onstage goings-on, whether providing the words to an attempted audience sing-a-long or enhancing one of the cops’ scenarios for the so-called accidental death."
– Andrew Beck, Hartford Arts Examiner | Accidental Death of an Anarchist | 4/5 stars
"The Marvel Comics aesthetic is well-served not only by the colors [...] but especially by an arch above the stage upon which projections (Michael F. Bergmann) recreate at times the “background panels” of comics. The projections also add a comic Comix touch to the moment when Achilles [...] thumps the ground with his fist, sparking some “clobberin’ time” animation."
– Donald Brown, New Haven Review | Iphigenia Among the Stars