"While the journey may follow a long and winding path, the beautiful performances by Jinn S. Kim and Christine Albright anchor Ruhl's play in a most humane fashion."
- George Heymont, My Cultural Landscape
"Her male colleagues are all noteworthy, especially Kim as the kindly, insightful Lama."
- Judy Richter, fall all Events
"...a Lama (Jinn S. Kim in a graceful, believable performance)"
- Mark Rudio, A Beast In A Jungle
"Jinn S. Kim as the kindly lama and Wayne Lee as the beamish monk are excellent in their roles. "
- Richard Connema, Talkin’ Broadway San Francisco
"...Jinn S. Kim’s almost preternaturally gentle, patient Lama."
"...Albright’s conversion scene with Kim is one of the play’s sparely poetic, blithely rendered highlights."
- Robert Hurwitt, The San Francisco Chronicle
"Jinn S. Kim as the Lama brings to his role a calming, pleasant, totally respectful manner that does not hide his deep determination..."
"And a side conversation between the Mother and the Lama about their own mothers and former teachers could be a worthy piece unto itself apart from the rest of the play."
- Eddie Reynolds, Theatre Eddys
" Jinn S. Kim exudes warmth and wisdom, curiosity and good humor as the lama who comes in search of his reincarnated teacher."
- Sam Hurwitt, Marin Independent Journal
"The quiet under-playing of the Monks (Wayne Lee and Jinn S. Kim) add verisimilitude to the evening…"
- Kendar Adour, fall all Events