Innogen, who Emily Barber plays as strong and assertive, equally passionate in love, anger and grief, so that it is believable that everyone she meets is drawn to her.Gerald Berkowitz
What a lovely performance she gives, touchingly in love with mistrustful Posthumus (Jonjo O’Neill, who speaks Shakespeare as well as anyone in London), and plausible both as a beautiful princess and in disguise as a boy.
Great things surely await Miss Barber
A genuine find not long out of drama school, a long-tressed Emily Barber lends an enchanting core to a whirligig of activityMatt Wolf
New York Times