"Chicago actress Angela Ingersoll is brilliant.
Ingersoll's performance is such a riveting fusion
of fragility and strength that we believe she can survive unhurt."
"In the often underdeveloped role of Julie Jordan, Chicago actress Angela Ingersoll is brilliant. It is a difficult role to make sympathetic - Julie tells us that it is possible for a man to hit you and for it not to hurt at all, an assertion that is hard to swallow in any era - but Ingersoll's performance is such a riveting fusion of fragility and strength that we believe she can survive unhurt. The love story of Julie and Billy floats on this delicately nuanced performance."
"As carnival barker Billy Bigelow and wide-eyed waif Julie Jordan, Mark Womack and Angela Ingersoll deliver powerful, emotive vocal performances."
-Wisconsin State Journal
"A number of cast members give exceptional performances, the singers have sound, and in some cases, superlative voices... particularly the performances that bring life to the love story between carnival barker and roustabout Bigelow (Mark Womack) and Julie Jordan (Angela Ingersoll), an innocent who knows nothing of the world but what she sees with her heart, a vision that is both constant and crystal clear. Both Womack and Ingersoll are exceptional musical talents..."
-The Capital Times
Production Photos: Madison Repertory Theatre