Kristy's work has appeared in New York Magazine, Huffington Post, Splitsider, College Humor, Jest, Jezebel, Glamour, The Gloss, Elite Daily, Gizmodo, CNET, TechCrunch, and Comedy Cake.
Huffington Post's Best Online Comedy Videos of 2012: "Google's ad was just a LITTLE too sweet for the Internet's taste. Now, this is more like it!"
Splitsider's Top Five Web Comedy Videos: "UCB Comedy – Haunted by the New Yorker"
Splitsider's Top Five Web Comedy Videos: "Katie: a Lady – Reaching for the Check"
New York Magazine's The Cut: "Can people who still say cool beans work with those who only follow meme accounts on Instagram? PYPO attempts to find out."
Bustle: "PYPO Network — a new platform for women in comedy — created this hilarious and perfectly-timed video showing two businessmen trying to sell a groundbreaking new app that will help women stop apologizing so much: The Sorry App."
UCB Comedy Interview with Kristy Lopez-Bernal: "Lopez-Bernal is a writer for the UCB BETA team Horse + Horse and for the Maude team Beige, lending her voice (and occasionally her face) to some of UCB’s best videos of the past few months."
UCB Comedy Sketchy Advice column: "Established sketch writers from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre offer sketch students advice on being creative, the writing process, and adding to a writer’s room."
One Idiot's What The Horse Saw
Gay City News: "a hilarious homage to Mississippi’s most famous playwright"
Comedy Cake: "If you wish to revel in the mastery of a revered playwright, don’t miss this sure to be memorable event."
Stage Buddy: "it’s not the absurdly over-the-top sexual imagery in the script that makes the comedy truly roll, but rather the ability of the writers and actors to capture the sound and feel of Williams’ writing and then turn it up a notch."
Theater Scene: "What The Horse Saw is a literately zany spoof that’s in the spirit of The Carol Burnett Show movie parodies though contemporarily more outrageous."
Boston Magazine: "Beige, for example, is a sketch team out of New York that’s anything but bland."
Culturemap Austin: "New York super group Beige"
Columbia Spectator: "Also featured at the festival is pilot 'The Brothel,' which tackles sex work, another topic usually reserved for hushed conversations."