"This matter-of-fact mingling of fantasy and reality is a clear tribute to one of Carroll’s most endearing literary strategies, and the production, under the assured direction of Abigail Deser, uses it at times magically."
- LA Times
"Intriguing, well-acted and beautifully staged 'The Missing Pages of Lewis Carroll' opened to a sold out house on Saturday, January 31, 2015. Between hallucinatory dreams and 'real life' Lily Blau’s new play takes the audience down the rabbit hole to find out what might have occurred in pages torn out of math professor, Charles Dodgson’s/Lewis Carroll's, personal diary."
- LA Examiner
"Ashley Ruth Jones gives the younger, sicklier Edith an impatience and even occasional detachment as her illness progresses."
- San Gabriel Valley Tribune
"Jones [could not make] for a more awkwardly endearing Edith."
- Stage Scene LA
"Erin Barnes as Ina and Ashley Ruth Jones as Edith both give adroit support as the mischievous siblings."
- Broadway World
"As the other [Miss] Liddell, [...] Ashley Ruth Jones delight[s] and effectively project[s] the trappings of childhood as well."
- Stage and Cinema
"Erin Barnes (Lorina “Ina” Liddell) and Ashley Ruth Jones (Edith Liddell) are appealing and believable as her siblings."
- LA Examiner
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