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"Belle is portrayed by Alhambra newcomer, Emily Stokes who has a fantastic mesmerizing voice."
--EU Jacksonville of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (Alhambra Dinner Theatre)
"Stokes – and her voice – are both worthy of the name (Belle means beautiful in French) and she matches the dark beast in strength and tempers his darkness with
a mixture of brightness and vulnerability."
--Florida Newsline of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (Alhambra Dinner Theatre)
" Christine is played here by venue newcomer Emily Stokes, whose rich, penetrating soprano vocals, along with her tempting beauty, make her a perfect choice to play the virtuous female ingénue."
--RCReader of PHANTOM (Circa '21 Dinner Playhouse)
"As Christine, Emily Stokes is radiant and warm, unfurling impossibly high notes with angelic beauty."
--QCOnline of PHANTOM (Circa '21 Dinner Playhouse)
"...Emily Stokes’ airy and juvenile Anne Egerman, the naïve ingénue who’s captured the heart of Egerman senior and junior, alike. Stokes’ portrayal is seamless as she hits beautiful notes, but still manages to hit the punch line."
-- theasy.com of A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC (The Gallery Players)
"Emily Stokes is the most natural with her Kelly, injecting a lot of texture into the potentially cliched wife role."
--NYTheatre.com of NAMES OF THE DEAD (NYC Fringe)
"Emily Stokes’ dignified and pleasant Hippolyta can’t help but remind one of the newly minted Duchess of Cambridge."
--New York Cool.com of
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Queen's Shakespeare)
"Emily Stokes’ Marian, was an attractive, full-voiced creation that I missed every time she left the stage. Her solos were the musical highlights of the show for me."
"She is a powerhouse."
--Theatrereview.com of THE MUSIC MAN (Atlanta Lyric)
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