How The Light Gets In Reviews
BroadwayWorld- Highly Recommended
"...The cast is excellent. Beckman shows her character's fear, and lamentation, but also a compelling resiliency. Yeh is believable as a man confronting calamity when his culture and profession demand order. Regina shows Kat's trauma, but also the person she could have been and might, with Grace's help, still be. Ashur brings humanity to Tommy Z, as well as several other ancillary characters he briefly portrays."
DC Theater Arts- Highly Recommended
"...The play, directed by Alex Levy with acute sensitivity, takes place mostly in a gorgeous Japanese garden (designed by Kathryn Kawecki and lit by Helen Garcia-Alton with affectionate attention to detail). The contours of its curving greenscape seem to mirror nature, lanterns along the flagstone path and boardwalk light up in different colors, birds chirp cheerily (sound design is by Gordon Nimmo-Smith), hanging lengths of rope emulate a tree, and a wooden bridge spans a serpentine pond that lacks for verisimilitude only koi fish. (The set is built above a pool of water.) The place seems so perfectly peaceful that personal troubles might for a while be forgotten."