The Reviews are in for SISTERS OF SWING: THE STORY OF THE ANDREWS SISTERS
Submitted by Inf_Admin on Tue, 06/26/2012 - 17:34
What's Up Magazine, Kelsey Casselbury:
"Infinity’s SISTERS OF SWING captivates with catchy tunes and a stellar cast"
Chesapeake Taste, Mike Liberto:
"These ladies sing each song stunningly, harmonizing perfectly while performing the simple, yet equally entertaining choreography. Each of these actresses embody their characters so well that audiences will get caught up in the act, as it truly feels like you're watching the sisters belt out their greatest hits."
Pasadena Voice, Dylan Roche:
"They sing and move with all the winsome exuberance that made the trio famous; they also share wonderful chemistry between them and prove to have powerful acting chops in the more dramatic scenes."
"Music direction by David Libby and choreography by Kim Schafer make the Andrews Sisters’ songs fresh and new. Modern audiences will surely enjoy the classics as if hearing them for the first time."
"Scenes and songs unfold against a set design and costuming that emanate nostalgia, splendidly reviving the 1930's period. For those who lived through World War II, SISTERS OF SWING will surely bring back memories. For the young, it might be a first exposure to music that brought hope during a dark time in America’s history."
DC Metro Theater Arts, Amanda Gunther:
"…this jazzy snazzy upbeat swinging good time is the feel good musical of the summer. It revitalizes all those swinging classics that made the Andrews Sisters famous and gives a quirky fun insight to the lives of these three talented ladies."
"Julia Burrows's constant level of high energy makes her a pure delight to watch on stage and her beautiful voice is heaven sent. Her starry-eyed bright hopes and brilliant smile give a warm and homey feeling to the audience and she keeps this attitude rolling throughout the show…Lynsey Buckelew and Jackie Washam have beautiful voices and they blend well in harmony as Burrows takes the lead. The show is made perfect with a live orchestra."
Bay Weekly, Jane Elkin:
"This is a gem of a time capsule any traditional music fan or patriot is sure to enjoy. Infinity does the Andrews Sisters proud."