“In a very short time, Amy Guggenheim has led the audience where she wants them; in the concrete canyons of the high-rises, the hypocrisy of cafe chit-chat… A corpse is hardly necessary. Compact. Concentrated. Classy.”
- The News, Germany
“Love and death, laughter and sorrow, boredom and anger; all are called up. We can abandon our skepticism and share her adventurous imagination.”
- Mexico City Press, Mexico City
“….a sure handed and sensitive timing creates an odd atmosphere of confident ambiguity. A beguiling web of cross-references builds a texture of fascinating richness.”
- George Russell, NYC
“Her work deals with how our isolated, fragmented selves discover ways to exist both alone and with others, ultimately leading to freedom and joy.”
- The New, Rochester, NY