42nd STREET at the Engeman
|with Stephen Valenti as Abner Dillon
|NEW YORK TIMES
Though her role is more or less that of a villain, Christianne Tisdale is touching as Dorothy Brock, the ill-fated diva. Ms. Tisdale has a lovely voice...
| Christianne Tisdale,
whose singing voice is somewhat reminiscent of Bernadette Peters, plays
washed up diva Dorothy Brock with great humor and a sense of entitlement.
|TIMES BEACON RECORD
The female heavy of the script is the
original star of Marsh's show Dorothy Brock, played admirably by Christianne
Tisdale. She has a powerful voice and an imposing stage presence...
|THE LONG ISLANDER
Christianne Tisdale as Dorothy Brock
shines every time she graces the stage with her presence.
Rounding out this trifecta of main characters is Dorothy Brock, played by
Christianne Tisdale. Think Uma Thurman in Smash. She's a great
actress who can't sing in a musical, and Dorothy is a great singer who can't
dance in a dancing extravaganza...Tisdale effectively channels the extremes of
all diva-like behavior as she sashays across the stage but, at the same time,
proving that Dorothy still has the pipes in an arresting Act One finale number.
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