ONE TOUCH OF VENUS on THE WEST END
Mail on Sunday, by
But the show is pretty much stolen by Christianne Tisdale as Savory's sex-starved and overwrought secretary Molly.
BBC Radio World Service, by Judi Herman
Outstanding among them ... Christianne Tisdale who makes Molly a streetwise broad to outdo even Katherine Hepburn in �His Girl Friday.� ... Albery takes the show at a slick and stylish pace, giving breathing space to the show�s best numbers like ... Molly�s showstopping �Very, Very, Very (Rich)�.
The Times, by Geoff Brown
Rogues and Vagabonds, by Howard Loxton
Kurt G�nzl has described this as 'a photo fit Broadway score' and it sparkles most in Molly's 'Very, Very, Very' about the joys of being rich, which is splendidly delivered by Christianne Tisdale with the help of two male dancers, fur coat and diamonds.
The Stage, by
Savory and Christianne Tisdale�s wise-cracking secretary, Molly, are a hilarious double act.
Christianne Tisdale�s Molly had lots of charm and character, and certain ENO singers could learn a lot from her diction, which was perfect even when climbing a ladder and falling off it again.
Theatre Guide London, by
Christianne Tisdale provides a lot of laughs and helps sustain the period tone as the obligatory wisecracking-but-secretly-in-love-with-the-boss secretary.
Catholic News Service, by Harry Forbes
...and especially Christianne Tisdale as Molly had the requisite musical comedy pizzazz.
Metro London, by Warwick Thompson
Christianne Tisdale has great fun in the role of a cynical wisecracking secretary.
Wembley and Pinner Observer, by Jane Lincluden
It was American vamp Christianne Tisdale who lit up the stage with some much-needed Broadway pizzazz as Molly Grant, the wise-cracking secretary.
Showbiz to the tips of her high heels, she sold the virtues of being 'Very, very, very' (rich that is) with style and aplomb to spare.
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