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- Broadway Baby review"“Proof” is that most frustrating of things for a critic: a play where there is nothing to criticise."

- Three Weeks review"The strong cast show an impressive attention to detail which makes every subtle motivation clear."

Things That Fall

-critics on the loose review: "All three plays are helmed by new director Lindsay Carpenter, who embraced this monumental task with professionalism and talent."

-critics on the loose feature article


Artist Profile

-3 Views Profile

-Youth Mundus article

Amours d'occasion 

-Journal de Montreal review: "We love the audacity of the narration, the unique universes, the diversity of the actors and the new faces that are featured in this dramatic series. It’s a real breath of fresh air"

-Nightlife.CA review: "This series is one of a kind, to say the least. [...] The stories are intentionally destabilizing, the visuals are absolutely superb and the universe transports us."

-LeDevoir review: "In eight short episodes, [Eva Kabuya] succeeds in building a narrative universe that reflects the reality of this newly 'connected' neighborhood [...] through stories of heart and attachment."

Our Black Death: Plagues, Turnips, and Other Romantic Gestures

-Broadway World review for 2022 Taffety Punk production: "This is an opportunity to experience some spectacularly clever storytelling. Our Black Death's rich and layered plot constantly evolves as the reality set before each character crumbles alongside society itself. As even the best-laid plans unravel, the story becomes something wholly unexpected.

-Unicorn Theatre teaser trailer for 2022 production

-Unicorn Theatre press release for 2022 production

-American Theatre article on NNPN's 2020 MFA Playwrights' Workshop.

-The Independent article: “'[Lindsay] wrote [Our Black Death] before the pandemic, it’s an incredible coincidence,' said Cynthia, who has helped adapt Lindsay’s piece for a streamed reading. 'It’s amazing because of the similarities to what is happening now. … It has a very contemporary perspective.'"

-Theatre's NOT Dead podcast

Out of Balance

-Occupy 22 Artist Dicussion (on youtube): A chat with the playwrights Alice Hakvaag (Acute Exposure), Lindsay Carpenter (Out of Balance), and Haley St. James (For Leonora, or, companions) and their directors regarding the Occupy 22 festival.

Walk, Girl

- indyweek review: "Rebekah Boroughs and Lindsay Carpenter's absolutely remarkable script lets us approach two sexual assaults [...] with something totally unexpected: hope."

- aijcast interview


-14/48 blog article: "Their exit earned them applause, even though they were only exiting for a moment to go 'shit on the neighbor’s lawn.'"

Day Father

-Tufts Daily review: "All of these aspects combine to make 'Day Father' an evocative piece."

-Tufts production vlogs and preview video


-Oprah Magazine article

-Real Simple article

-LA Magazine article

-No Proscenium review: "Suffice it to say, no matter how 'loyal, brave, and moral' each character was, we all had our knives firmly planted in each others backs by evening’s end."

-Room Escape review (Western): "It was an Agatha Christie-esque murder mystery game filled with tawdry scandal, plot twists, and betrayal."

-Room Escape review (Space Smugglers): "It’s my opinion that Ghost Ship Murder Mysteries are among the most under-appreciated immersive experiences in New York City."

-Room Escape review (West Wing): "Our facilitator did a great job of prompting and gently pushing for scenes to unfold."

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