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Mamma Mia Praise

October 21, 2018

 

 

"The immediacy, the energy, the talent topped any other version I've seen. Under Katharine Quinn's smart, feeling, exuberant direction and choreography, it felt like playtime for this deep bench of Dallas talent on stage and behind the scenes on the design and music team. But they weren’t just playing for laughs, they brought home the message to keep pressing on because no matter the stumbles, the losses, that feeling that your time has passed, if you keep going, there may be something amazing around the corner. I have to admit, I was feeling a little rainy on the inside when I went, but this show brought on the sun big time. Even if you were jaded by the umpteenth faded tour, this production will make you fall in love with Mamma Mia! all over again." -- Nancy Churnin, Dallas Morning News

 

"Katharine Quinn's direction has fantastic pace, no lulls or pot holes of sluggish performances, blackouts, scene changes, etc. It all ran like a well-oiled machine. Her staging and blocking really used the full spectrum of her space and set. I was impressed how she worked with her lighting designer to create special moments to be lit and staged, which added emotional weight to the musical numbers. Quinn staged the duets to have a deeper connection between the actors. It gave the musical for the first time a solid structure of emotional strength between mother/daughter, daughter/father that was incredibly touching." -- J. Garcia, The Column

 

"Like a wave of sunshine from a Greek island, Brick Road Theatre’s high energy production of the joyful jukebox musical Mamma Mia! chased away the rain and brought out the inner dancing queen in everybody in the audience at Friday’s opening night performance. Directed and choreographed with verve by Katharine Quinn." -- Martha Heimberg, TheaterJones

 

Brick Road Theatre’s Mamma Mia! Is a Roaring Good Time (D Magazine)

 

 

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