...and it’s no wonder when Julia Freyer’s lithe, effervescent Judy makes Zach’s final cut.
— The Star-Ledger
...other standouts include Julia Freyer’s awkward skinny-minnie Judy...
— NJ Arts Maven
The orchestra then pressed into the highlight of the program, Jerome Kern’s I Won’t Dance, featuring tap dancers Julia Freyer and Johnny Stellard.
— Palm Beach Daily News
The (American Pops Orchestra) dance team of Julia Freyer and Johnny Stellard...their repertoire ranged from exuberant tap to the elegance of America’s Ballroom Challenge.
— DC Metro
The cast breathed life, humor, energy, and pathos into their individual creations, making these characters three-dimensional and resonant. Not to mention the ensemble’s skilled and inspired dancing.
— NYTheatre.com
(Allegro’s) choreography is not only clever and expressive, but quite beautifully danced...
— NYTheatreGuide.com
Casting is crucial in a production such as this, and (Chris) Manos and director Bill Burns have taken their time here. From top to bottom, this is a solid ensemble.
— ATL Theatre