With Kenneth Lee, in  Caught  at the Repertory Theater of St. Louis. 

With Kenneth Lee, in Caught at the Repertory Theater of St. Louis. 

Ms. Lin does an equally impressive job in multiple roles, shifting personas almost imperceptibly as the script dictates.
— Chuck Lavazzi, KDHX review of "Caught"
Rachel Lin’s character Wang Min arrives later in the 90-minute work but quickly takes center stage in Lin’s crisp, calculated and studied interpretation.
— Mark Bretz, Ladue News
Wang Min who is given a spirited portrayal by Rachel Lin.
— Steve Allen, Stage Door St. Louis
There are actors involved, and I have to credit them because of their excellent performances with comic and dramatic twists
— Michelle Kenyon, Snoop's Theatre
Kenneth Lee is polished as Lin Bo... Rachel Fenton as Joyce... and Rachel Lin as playwright Wang Min, resolute in her points of view, are both convincing. Along with Lee, these three are agile in their ability switch gears from scene to scene
— Andrea Torrence, St. Louis Theatre Snob
                            AJAX by A.R. Gurney is a NY Times Critics' Pick! 

                           AJAX by A.R. Gurney is a NY Times Critics' Pick! 

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   Featured in the New York Times on 10.23.2016

  Featured in the New York Times on 10.23.2016

 WOMEN by Chiara Atik Directed by Stephanie Ward, 2014. (Best of Hollywood Fringe, NY Times Critics' Pick).

WOMEN by Chiara Atik Directed by Stephanie Ward, 2014. (Best of Hollywood Fringe, NY Times Critics' Pick).

  Everything By My Side  by Fernando Rubio presented by P.S. 122 & FIAF as part of Crossing the Line Festival 2014.

Everything By My Side by Fernando Rubio presented by P.S. 122 & FIAF as part of Crossing the Line Festival 2014.

  FORBES Magazine 2013.

FORBES Magazine 2013.