Photo: Daniel Rader

Photo: Daniel Rader

A DOLL’S HOUSE PART 2 - Barrington Stage Company

“Bufkin’s Emmy is a delight; clearly the product of both nature and nurture and very much her own woman, she’s both surprising and electric.” - Amy Durant, The Alt Magazine

“Bufkin is just lovely in the role. She plays strength with a smile and hate with an embracing gesture. Their [Nora and Emmy] scene together is emotionally devastating as Emmy turns from pure joy to dominatrix in the making. Bufkin makes this transition slowly and surely and it is fun to watch the change happen.” - J. Peter Bergman, Berkshire Bright Focus


PRIDE AND PREJUDICE - Pittsburgh Public Theater

“Ashley Bufkin seamlessly ruled the gentle optimism of Jane Bennet, a woman with ideals of love, and no reservations to bearing her soul, even through heartbreak. The self-reflective nature of her tone, coupled with the hopeless romanticism made her adorable naiveté a pleasure to consume.” - TPCMag, Pittsburgh Collective

Ashley Bufkin's Jane Bennett is pleasant, sweet and a little bit placid, the perfect girl-next door…” - Greg Kerestan, Broadway World

“Ashley Bufkin brings grace and charm to the eldest and nicest sister Jane, and a daffy, horse-like laugh to her portrayal of the sickly and insipid Miss Anne De Bourgh.” - WKarons, Pittsburgh Tatler

Photo: Michael Henninger

Photo: Michael Henninger


Photo: Matthew Schipper

Photo: Matthew Schipper

IN THE NEXT ROOM - Gulfshore Playhouse

In a frighteningly frank farewell speech, Elizabeth burns everyone’s preconceptions about her to ashes; Bufkin’s much more electric than the machine in that room behind her.” - Harriet Howard Heithaus, Naples Dailey News