SAY YES! at BERKSHIRE THEATRE FESTIVAL
|New York Times, by Alvin Klein
|Christianne Tisdale (Lenore) and J. Robert Spencer (Barnaby) are affable as the honest sweethearts, with integrity intact, as well as a real sense of screwball comedy in a ludicrously staged duet�stylish performers
|Variety, by Markland Taylor
|Christianne Tisdale's whole-hearted performance...
|Boston Globe, by Richard Dyer
|One member of the cast was exceptional, Christianne Tisdale...
|Newberkshire.com, by Frances Benn Hall
|Christianne Tisdale has a strong Garland-type voice and uses it well.
|The Record, by Bob Goepfert
|Christianne Tisdale is a charming Lenny, the girl who has ideals. She sings well, projects an energetic spirit that makes us like this strong-willed woman, who is anxious to fall in love with a person who has a strong sense of commitment... he and Tisdale form a nerd-poster couple for which we can root.
|Berkshire Eagle, by Jeffrey Borak
|�played with dimension by Christianne Tisdale, who has a keen sense of the rapid-fire screwball comedy style.
|Pittsfield Gazette, by Jonathan Levine
|Christianne Tisdale skillfully turns the radical Lenore into a more feminine version of Zelda from the �Dobie Gillis Show.�
|Metroland, by Ralph Hammond
|The other standout is Tisdale�s sensible Lenore, who's high cheekbones become aglow with love while her hard eyes turn to polished gemstones. Add a clear, soaring voice and she can hold anyone�s attention�
|The Daily Gazette, by Paul Lamar
|What can you say about this company but yes? With marvelous singing and acting from the leads, Spencer and Tisdale.
|The New-Times, by Chesley Plemmons
|The young and vivacious Lenore Hirsh (Christianne Tisdale) is so much a socialist you can almost see her red underwear�Tisdale and Spencer make their wallflower characters bloom
|WBRK Radio, by Ron Lee
|Christianne Tisdale is delightful as Lenore�appealing, spunky, vocally brilliant.
|Christianne Tisdale makes Lenore a feisty yet vulnerable precursor of the feminist movement; her voice is rich and precise.