"Yet we do witness there one spectacular, abortive act of creation: God’s latest messy reboot of Adam (Emily Marsh). Short quite a few body parts and badly in need of skin, this new Adam is soon relegated to the bone-strewn, rat-infested basement." 

New York Times The God Projekt

"First of all, there are the startlingly grotesque puppets: different versions of Adam....they are touchingly human in the hands of of puppeteers Joseph Gardner and Emily Marsh." 

Exuent Magazine The God Projekt

"Puppeteers Joseph Garner and Emily Marsh tenderly manipulate gigantic body parts (a massive arm and leg) — puppet fabrications — so that they appear human and not just fibrous tissue and distorted body parts." 

TheatreScene.Net The God Projekt

"What's especially endearing in this puppet variation.....is the sweet vocalization of Cinderella herself performed by Emily Marsh. Her mannerisms exude a sense of enchantment in how she carries herself and cares for everyone around her no matter what her circumstances."

DC Theatre Scene Cinderella

"Emily Marsh plays both Hermione, the Queen of Sicilia, and The Clown. As Hermione, she delivers a resounding final speech, and she shines brilliantly as The Clown. She plays bounces, and dances like no one is watching - and consequently all eyes turn to her. It makes one wonder if this role, unique to Dapo's adaption, was created with Marsh in mind."

DC Metro Theater Arts | The Winter's Tale

"On a more visceral level, the production sparkles. Marsh puts forth a fierce, hypnotizing performance as the title warrior......she paints a compelling portrait of someone caught between societal expectations and her own desires" 

DC Theatre Scene | Coriolanus

"Shakespeare’s Coriolanus has been played, memorably, by some of the greatest actors.  Richard Burton played it; Laurence Olivier played it twice, and here in D.C., Patrick Page starred in a successful modern-dress production at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in 2013.  It has never, to my knowledge; been performed by a woman; it is to Emily Marsh’s credit that she makes a very fine job of it.......Emily Marsh as Coriolanas gives a first-rate and often moving performance."

DC Metro Theater ArtsCoriolanus

"Emily Marsh convincingly embodies both the agency and suggestibility of the title character. Supported by a stellar cast, particularly Kim Tuvin as the quietly powerful Volumnia, the acting is some of the best I’ve yet seen at this year’s Capital Fringe." 

Washington City PaperCoriolanus

"This group of college students put on what was clearly the most professional show I have seen in ten years I have lived in Virginia....Max Ehrlich and Emily Marsh did their share of laugh stealing as the adorable yet evil "Bad Idea Bears."

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