"This important play reflects much of the violence and inequality that our
world is battling in every region today. Showcasing conflict in different
ways and from different viewpoints and spotlights, 'The Beekeeper’s Daughter'
fulfills its responsibility in bringing the vital issues to life and
"Di Zhu really shined as Admira…The rest of the cast seemed like potentially strong actors, with which the director didn’t work enough. Scenes looked stale, dialogues often too lengthy and there was no chemistry whatsoever…Real issues and potentially rich emotional knots are barely touched, all sacrificed for the witty writing to which the actors couldn’t connect...Another play where interesting ideas didn’t find solid ground and never gained proper footing."