CleveScene, Roman Macharoni "Innerst excels at portraying the middlebrow writer, smarmy yet approachable with an air of cockiness that steals several scenes"
Columbus Dispatch, Michael Grossberg "Josh Innerst plays Vanya with a passionate intensity."
Front Row Reviewers Utah, Jennifer Mustoe "Watch for Josh Innerst. . . The ending is unexpected and his performance is awesome."
Shakespeareances.com, Eric Minton "Josh Innerst, one of the most textually perceptive actors I've seen in many Blackfriars Playhouse performances, plays Hamlet, channeling the prince's intelligence. . . Hamlet is full of famous lines, of course, but Innerst and company whet the essence of what has become cliches by giving them such thoroughly studied character contexts."
Charleston Gazette, Victoria McCabe "Innerst delivered a mesmeric interpretation of his character's inner struggle."
Mid-Atlantic Traveler "Innerst does a fantastic job. . . displaying Luther as a man of God, but also as a struggling sinner; sermonizing and drinking and cursing all at the same time"
Stage Magazine, Holly Quinn "Innerst is perfect for the role of Hannay — he’s got the movie star looks called for, but more than that, he puts you in the scene."
C-Ville Weekly, Brandon J. Walker "The real standout is Josh Innerst’s Apemantus, played with wry wit, nuanced delivery, and impeccable stage presence. The few times I’ve seen Timon, Apemantus acts like a stodgy and disagreeable buzzkill, but Mr. Innerst invests contagious value in his character and seems to take real pleasure from his lot."
Shakespeareances.com, Eric Minton "Looking so much like Freddie Mercury with mustache, slicked-back hair, and fashionable tight t-shirt, black pants, smoking jacket, and a multipatterned scarf around his neck, Innerst's Apemantus loves playing the outcast and revels in his infamy."