New York City based actress
...and it’s no wonder when Julia Freyer’s lithe, effervescent Judy makes Zach’s final cut.
...other standouts include Julia Freyer’s awkward skinny-minnie Judy...
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.
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.
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.
(Allegro’s) choreography is not only clever and expressive, but quite beautifully danced...
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.