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“Juliet Heller is absolutely believable as Alexa. She gives a painstaking, fever-pitch interpretation of the character in the first act and skillfully deconstructs her in the second act.”
-Richard Connema, Talkin Broadway (December 2, 2008)

“The role of Alexa demands a star turn, and Juliet Heller delivers. She's convincing both as the humble Brenda and the mesmerizing dynamo Alexa.”
-Richard Dodds, Bay Area Reporter (November 20, 2008)

“Juliet Heller, playing the elusive, mysterious and totally disarming Alexa Vere de Vere, turns in an incredibly polished, rapid-fire, hilarious performance…”
-Roger Brigham, Edge, San Francisco (November 20, 2008)

“Special credit goes to Juliet Heller, for her sterling performance as Alexa (this woman could teach Professor Harold Hill a few tricks)…”
-George Heymont, MyCulturalLandscape.blogspot.com (December 6, 2008)

“Initially, Heller's excellence as Alexa rests in her willingness to ride a train of a role that leaves little room for innovation. It is only when one learns the pastiche of fictional characters after which Alexa has modeled herself that one sees the performance as a greater accomplishment.”
-Dale Tegman, Blog.myspace.com (November 17, 2008)

“Heller has the most demanding role, with almost the entire first act devoted to her monologues only briefly interrupted... She displays her acting diversity when she appears as just plain Brenda Gelb before she is consumed by Alexa.”
-Kedar Adour, ForAllEvents.info (November 15, 2008)

“As Alexa Vere de Vere… she’s slick, she’s sexy and she’s dangerous. The cast has provided unbelievable authentic vitality. Each actor sparkles. Heller is hysterical and irresistible! A wonderful performance!”
-Lee Hartgrave, BeyondChron (November 21, 2008)

-Sean Martinfield, San Francisco Sentinel (November 23, 2008)


The Pirates of Penzance
“Since operetta is usually considered one point of origin for the musical, it’s interesting to see how Pirates is gathered into the Broadway fold....The adroit G & S shifts from deadpan parody to arch comedy, galloping off into total burlesque seldom come across so delectably...some solid, knowing leads and character roles, especially Juliet Heller’s delightful Mabel...bridge the gap betwixt one stylized form (or its parody) and its looser godchild.”
-Ken Bullock, The Berkeley Daily Planet (September 11, 2008)

“...It’s all great fun, with an enthusiastic audience and a lot of juice up onstage...with Heller’s splendid rendition of “Poor Wandering One!”...”
-Ken Bullock, The Berkeley Daily Planet (September 11, 2008)

“The singing and dancing in ‘Pirates’ is particularly well done in the show…Heller [is a] standout, bringing not only an excellent voice, but a performance quality that adds to audience enjoyment.”
-Pat Craig, The Contra Costa Times (September 10, 2008)  

Out of This World
"Juliet Heller as Chloe has a lovely voice when singing 'Maiden Fair' and 'Where, Oh Where.'"
-Richard Connema, Talkin' Broadway (June 20, 2008)

Jesus Christ Superstar
"'Jesus Christ Superstar' is something of a stylistic stew, with scenes ranging from a fey Forbidden Broadway number 'Herod's Song,' hilariously performed by Herod's Girls Juliet Heller...”
-Pat Craig, Contra Costa Times, (February 2, 2008)

One Touch of Venus
"…a lovesick barber named Rodney Hatch places the engagement ring intended for his fiancé, Gloria Kramer (an appropriately pouty Juliet Heller)…"
—Charles Brousse, Marin Independent Journal (November 2, 2007)

The Music Man
"Juliet Heller proved a fine counterpart for [Harold Hill]. Her characterization of Marian Paroo held a satisfying balance between righteous indignation, suspicion and sentimentality. Her singing, especially in "Goodnight, My Someone" and "Will I Ever Tell You," was quite lovely."
—Rhonelle Runner, The Stockton Record (July 31, 2007)

The Dresser
"Juliet Heller as the young apprentice who wants to be a star on the stage is very good in her brief role.”
—Richard Connema, Talkin’ Broadway (April, 1, 2005)

"Pert ingénue [Heller] lets Sir know she’s ready to roll for a good role…"
—Lee Brady, Pacific Sun (March 23-29, 2005)

The Importance of Being Earnest
"Brebner’s cast mines every nuance in the rich script…The four leads are well matched, each with strong voice, commanding stage presence and superb comic timing."
—Barry Willis, Pacific Sun (September 22, 2004)

"Brebner manages to have his actor make their axiomatic declarations almost as asides to the audience, without ever allowing them to smirk or mug. The best at this was Heller as Gwendolen, who effortlessly sparkles throughout."
—Mark Langton, Marin Independent Journal (September 23, 2004)

Into the Woods
"Bernardi has assembled a fine cast, most notably Juliet Heller as Cinderella…who lends a very fine and powerful voice to her performance."
—Mary Connell, Novato Advance (May 14, 1997)


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