"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 Arts | Coriolanus
"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 Paper | Coriolanus
"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."
ShowBizRadio | Avenue Q