"Bethany Anne Lind must get tired of playing so many kid roles -- the actress is probably pushing, what, all of 25? -- but it’s hard to feel too sorry for her when she’s so darn good at it. Among her most recent highlights: a precocious kindergartner (in Synchronicity’s “Junie B. Jones”), an innocent adolescent (Horizon’s “Night Blooms”) and a rebellious teenager (Aurora’s “The Storytelling Ability of a Boy”).
"Two seasons ago, Lind shone in the Alliance’s “26 Miles,”... Now, curiously enough, in the Alliance’s world premiere of David Mitchell Robinson’s “Carapace,” its 2010 Kendeda winner, Lind co-stars as a high school student who reluctantly reunites with her estranged father
"For her part, however, wonderful actress that she is, Lind isn’t just going through the same old motions. To begin with, “Carapace” spans several years, and much of it is told in flashback, which gives her a greater range to play as the character of Margo matures.
"Moreover, Margo suffers from a debilitating stutter that might have seemed maudlin or self-indulgent in less sensitive hands... Lind brings a nuance to the role that’s heartbreaking."