“Pascal has long interrogated Jewish attitudes and experiences without ever denigrating them. Here, too, she is even-handed .Israelis and Palestinians – all are subjected to the unblinking gaze of Pascal’s writing.”
https://www.timeshighereducation.com/culture/crossing-jerusalem-written-and-directed-julia-pascal
CROSSING JERUSALEM The Times Higher Education 13/8/15

“A crucial piece… ‘Timeless’ is a word that is tossed around extremely frequently these days, but it is certainly the most appropriate word to describe Julia Pascal’s Crossing Jerusalem.” ★ ★ ★ ★
http://www.thereviewshub.com/crossing-jerusalem-park-theatre-london
CROSSING JERUSALEM The Arts Desk  7/8/15

Very Deep… A powerful account of a complex issue…. While the title suggests dynamic action, the small stage space and extremely personal scenes make for a claustrophobic, intense atmosphere, in which the dangers the characters face seem all too real. This climaxes with the disintegration of Varda Kauffman-Goldstein, wonderfully played by Trudy Weiss, whose exhaustion, even before her son, Gideon, is killed, represents not just a woman, or even a family, at breaking point, but an entire country.”
http://www.thepublicreviews.com/crossing-jerusalem-park-theatre-london/
CROSSING JERUSALEM The Review Hub 07/08/2015

http://www.eastendreview.co.uk/2015/08/03/crossing-jerusalem-julia-pascal-park-theatre
CROSSING JERUSALEM East End  Review 03/08/2015

“Julia Pascal’s play Crossing Jerusalem at Park theatre London about Arab/Israel conflict: intelligent, moving, true”
https://www.facebook.com/MelanieLatest/posts/930261500349338
CROSSING JERUSALEM Melanie Phillips – Writer, columnist for TheTimes, London.

http://www.themetropolist.com/arts-theatre/reviews-arts-theatre/review-walking-tightrope-theatre-delicatessen/
OLD NEWLAND, Metropolist 28/01/2015

ST JOAN Broadway Baby 13/08/2014

NINEVEH Time Out 19/04/2014

http://www.thestage.co.uk/reviews/review.php/33879/honeypot
HONEYPOT  The Stage 14/10/2014

THE DYBBUK, New York Times 23/08/2010

http://quarmby.biz/reviews/Big%20Q%20Review%20Merch.htm
BIG Q REVIEWS, The Merchant of Venice (The Shylock Play) 11/9/2007

“Fair play: should gender equality in theatre be mandatory?” http://www.theguardian.com/stage/theatreblog/2011/oct/06/gender-equality-theatre-julia-pascal
EQUALITY FOR WOMEN Lyn Gardner, The Guardian 6/10/2011

“Pascal has long interrogated Jewish attitudes and experiences without ever denigrating them. Here, too, she is even-handed .Israelis and Palestinians – all are subjected to the unblinking gaze of Pascal’s writing.”
http://www.cix.co.uk/~shutters/reviews/03017.htm
CROSSING JERUSALEM The Financial Times 19/3/03

“…one of the virtues of this engrossing piece is that it reminds us that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is both shadowed by the decisions of the past and played out in a state roughly the size of Wales.Pascal very successfully breaks through the stereotypical idea of a homogenised Israeli society. By confining the action to a single day, Pascal captures the pressure-cooker intensity of Israeli life and shows how present actions are shaped by past guilts.”
http://www.theguardian.com/stage/2003/mar/24/theatre.artsfeatures
CROSSING JERUSALEM The Guardian 24/03/03

“Julia Pascal’s seething and passionate new play comes as a salutary reminder that, just because the anxious eyes of the world are turned to Iraq at the moment, it doesn’t mean that other global troublespots have miraculously gone away.”
http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/theatre/family-at-war-7429634.html
CROSSING JERUSALEM Evening Standard 10/4/03

“Julia Pascal’s compelling analysis of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict crackles with tension. This is the most ambitious attempt to illuminate the world’s most intractable problem since David Hare’s Via Dolorosa.”
CROSSING JERUSALEM The Jewish Chronicle 2003

“A tightly coiled spring of tension encircles the dialogue. This play soars in its portrait of familial dissension. Pascal is excellent at getting across the bickering closeness. This is a brave and interesting play sowth some moments of real comedy and despair.”
CROSSING JERUSALEM Camden New Journal 2003

“Set over 24 hours in Jerusalem the play shows people split down emotional as well as territorial lines”
CROSSING JERUSALEM The Times 2003