"...nuanced and very disturbing."
-The Vancouver Sun
"The late Betty Lambert's final play, seen here in its West Coast debut, is dynamic and passionate. It is powerful enough, despite occasional flaws that stick in the mind like burrs, to suggest the playwright's early death deprived the theatre of a talent that could have ranked with that of the late Jane Chambers."
"An intriguing play was given a handsome, well-produced New York premiere...an evocative play."
"Under the Skin is definitely disturbing and certainly daring...keeps its audience on the edge of their seats and is well worth seeing."
-Carrie Shaw, Imprint
"Lambert's spellbinding drama, Under the Skin, peels back society's unseen layers of family abuse."
-Doug Bale, London Free Press
"Playwright Betty Lambert does not resort to such dilutions and distortions in Under the Skin, her intensely gripping play on abuse and madness."
-Stephen Pedersen, Chronicle Herald
"...portrays more than gravity of spiritual crisis. Its strength rests in its ability to penetrate the veneer of the human mind and reveal a darker core marked by disturbing and sometimes destructive inclinations. This becomes evident in the play's grim and shocking final act. Lambert succeeds also in depicting the ways in which we confront our fears, both those attributed to outside forces and those resting within our own human makeup."
-Helene Hyrek, Dalhouse University Gazette