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  • "Halle Morse as Minnie was comically perky and perfect." -Satoshi KYO Reviews
     
  • "The laughs rolled with Halle Morse as the hat maker’s frantic assistant, Minnie Fay." -MLive Entertainment
     
  • "My favourite character was Minnie played by Halle Morse. She played Irene Molloy’s assistant but drew you in with her high comical voice, attitude and rag doll like movements." -Broadway in London Blog Loop
     
  • "Morse and Slaybaugh, in fact, are the show's best dancers, able to do flips and turns with ease." -Sioux City Journal
     
  • "The adorable Halle Morse plays fluttering busybody Minnie Fay." -Ohio 330 Entertainment
     
  • "Delightfully farcical foils Barnaby (Garett Hawe) and Minnie (Halle Morse)" -Tap Milwaukee
     
  • "Halle Morse as Barnaby’s love Minnie Fay was a beautiful sight with wonderful dance moves." -Albany CVB

 

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  • "In her turn as Hermia, Halle Morse is explosive and masterful in bringing out the lover and fighter in this classic character. Morse doesn’t miss a beat, picks up all the textual nuances of Hermia, while making it seem natural and new to the stage. She’s a theatrical star that shines brightly into the night."  -New York Theatre Review
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  • "Sophie’s best friends, Halle Morse and Monette McKay, provide a real shot of youthful adrenaline and really sell their scenes, particularly as the glue that holds the whole bachelorette party sequence."  -JK's Theatre Scene



 

  • "Director Gary John LaRosa has assembled a virtual beehive of talent, including young powerhouse, Halle Morse as Little Inez." - My Big Fat Theatre Reviews
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  • "Petite and lovely Halle Morse plays the singer as a girl. Each woman has a big voice and a big personality …. Morse is vulnerable and desirable in “Willow Weep for Me”" -Examiner.com
     
  • "Halle Morse, whose lithe movements matched her sultry singing, provided contrasting styles. The women blended beautifully when they joined their harmonies." -TimeOut Milwaukee
     
  • "Morse lends credibility and depth to Anne Ronell’s “Willow Weep for Me,” mixing youthful naiveté and enthusiasm with tears and bitterness in a familiar song that’s too often poorly performed." -Wisconsin Gazette
     
  • "Halle Morse was the bright chorine, a bundle of artistic and sexual energy… Morse played real, scored percussion on the apartment's furniture. Morse, owner of a laser-beam soprano, tended toward later songs, notably Ann Ronell’s “Willow Weep for Me,” “I’ve Got a Date with a Dream” and a delightful “Taking a Chance on Love.”" -ThirdCoastDigest