- Bones of the Building
- The Poetry of Rumi
- Emma Darwin’s Helpful Suggestions for Surviving Life with a Scientist
Provocative. Irreverently clever and downright amazing, this show is a must-see. Seattle Weekly
Artfully constructed, skillfully performed Edmonton Journal
Stunning and delightful to watch Seattle Gay News
Amsbary’s well-written piece is unique and universal. It is both charming and sophisticated. Champaign-Urbana News Gazette
Her living history presentation was absolutely one of the best I’ve ever seen. Lynda Paznokas, Associate Professor of Education at Washington State University
A beautiful, ambitious performance. Daring and adventurous. Nothing commonplace.
Beth Amsbary brings the words of Rumi to life: they are joyful, challenging questions for our times. Amsbary captures and transports us to the mystical realm, which is Rumi’s where we see, hear, touch, and taste the world in ways that we could not have imagined before — breathe it in with some kind of expectant wonder and surprise.
-Peter Ilgenfritz, Minister Univ. Congregational United Church of Christ
There is undeniable heart here as well as irrepressible energy.
-Seattle Fringe Festival Review
Rumi is Mark Twain with God, Shakespeare with spirituality. Amsbary’s performance brings him to life.
-David Yeaworth, President of Allied Arts of Seattle
It is a small garden — a really great work.