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Each performer is a standout, hailing from heavy-hitting productions... dynamic actors all. To get this incredible range of performers is reason enough to see the show.
Alexandra Palting...very admirably portrays Davy's conflicted mother in Dickens's Davy Copperfield.
Olney Theatre Center
Alexandra Palting (Liat) pours a war’s worth of emotion into her brief encounters with Lt. Cable (Alex Prakken). Eager, sweet, passionate, a somewhat stubborn child/woman, Palting’s performance is impressive – especially for a character... with very little dialogue.
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company
This is a living, vibrant Alice ... It is an Alice that actively engages, thoroughly entertains and fascinates audiences of all ages. It is not a kiddie show. It’s a must-see show.
Alexandra Palting... perfectly presented Alice’s conflicting confusion and awe with the new world she had entered.
Nomination: Best Actress in a Play with Music (Equity)
BroadwayWorld Baltimore, 2018
This show offers something for the whole family.
A joyful Alexandra Palting.
Not only is the cast able to settle well into their roles, but they are also able to keep up with the Bollywood style choreography and singing. Standouts in this cast abound. Swaminathan's Razia and Palting's Rani are scene stealers especially when they are on stage together.
Palting perfectly captures... Lady Nijo and 19th century headhunter Win. [With] a formidable cast, this show is a must-see.
The give-and-take has a musical swing...The acting is sensitive and intelligent.
The director and ensemble pinpoint the rhythms of community — the support, commiseration, and competitiveness — that Churchill’s script captures so well.
McGinnis and her unflagging ensemble make cracking open the Pandora’s Box of Churchill’s masterwork look easy.
... Played with gusto by Alexandra Palting.
Pallas Theatre Collective
The cast list is an actual rogues’ gallery... Sara Jane Moore (Karen Lange) and Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme (Alex Palting)... have some of the funniest scenes together in the show. Palting as Fromme and Rieland as Hinkley are paired in a marvelous duet called “Unworthy of Your Love.” It’s weird but it works. Which well can be said of the whole show.
[The] cast... performs Sondheim's intricate score with power and much cynicism. There are a few standout performances... Alex Palting as Lynette 'Squeaky' Frome in her duet with Taylor Rieland (as John Hinckley) on "Unworthy of Your Love."