"Lamia is more than a show—it creates a full theatrical experience that engages the audience in thought and action, calling into question the faith we all place on love."
-Theatre Is Easy
"The production is fast paced and high octane and frequently in danger of crashing into the stands, yet director Suzanne Karpinski keeps it on the asphalt...a madcap frolic worthy of Benny Hill. "
"Director Suzanne Karpinski provides a lively and colorful production...a knockabout farce, or a sort of Renaissance sitcom."
- backstage west
“[The Gas House] has considerable talents providing heat on stage…Suzanne Karpinski certainly helps to make their connection palpable.”
"Original, compelling, and heartfelt..."
- WSN Highlighter
"There's an amiable goofiness in Suzanne Karpinski's staging of her 13-member ensemble, and this is the right company to pull off a show so influenced by the Italian Commedia clowning."
"Suzanne Karpinski’s direction utilizes a fine balance between physicality and introspection to create an eerie sense of foreboding throughout a play that even has the audience questioning reality at times."
- l.a. weekly
“It’s a tribute to the charm, talent and passion of [actors] Jablon and Hanna, and the skill of director Suzanne Karpinski, who also provides effective sound design, that eventually we do care about these people.”