"...He spent two decades wrestling with identity, public and private, of black men. Now in A Bon Coeur he digs deep into his roots."
- Lisa Traiger, D.C. DanceWatcher, Washington, DC
"...a remarkable performer..exhilarating conceptual work."
- Wallace Chappell, Hooplanow.com / The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, IA
"Through his use of repetition in movement and a genius blend of subtle and harsh gestural movements, he creates a solid choreographic base for the work."
- Rick Westerkamp, DC Metro Arts, Washington, DC
"Enhanced by Helanius J. Wilkins's buoyant choreography, songs such as 'Welcome to Amsterdam' and 'May Day' unfold now like bona fide production numbers."
- Peter Marks, The Washington Post, Washington, DC
Jackson, George. Review: "Metabolisms: Persistent, Eroding, Human." Danceviewtimes.com, 30 November 2017.
Nollen, Diana. “Edgeworks: Artist turns inward to find the cutting edge of dance: