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Theatrical Reviews

Swingtime Canteen
Broadhollow Theatre, NY

"Early on it becomes apparent that this is Marian's show... Jennifer Hope is almost too good for the role... Just listening to her dulcet tones on Nightengale Sang In Berkely Square and You'll Never Know is worth five times the price of admission... Hope will have you wondering why she isn't vying for an Obie or a Tony."


           -Steve Parks, Newsday

Mary Poppins
Prather Entertainment Group
Broadway Palm, FL

"Jennifer Hope was a standout as Mr. Banks' horrible nanny Miss Andrew. Clad all in black, she swoops around like a cross between Cruella DeVil and Miss Hannigan. That she is also portraying the gentle Bird Woman shows her versatility. And what a voice she has."


         -BroadwayWorld Review, Fort Myers, FL

Smithtown PAC, NY

"Hope, Rivera, and Dorsa shine in a production filled with hit songs. Unforgettable are You'll Never Walk Alone... and the high point of the show, June Is Bustin' Out All Over. ...Jennifer Hope...was perfect as Nettie, She has a commanding presence, a strong yet velvety voice, and the kind of theatricality one expects from a working professional."


         -Charles Morgan, Times Beacon Record

9 to 5 The Musical
Broward Stage Door, FL

"The production... has one home run moment: Hope nails the rousing anthem Get Out And Stay Out in which Judy finds her backbone... All three actresses have solid, expressive voices but their primary strength is exuding winning personalities."


      -Bill Hirschman, Miami Herald

Broadhollow Theatre, NY

"Jennifer Hope makes an utterly captivating Guinevere. A woman of stunning beauty who inhabits...shimmery gowns and jewelery with a regal grace, she has a lustrous singing voice as well. She even knows how to whistle. Hope's Guinevere matures from a frivolous girl to a woman tempered by suffering...."


       -Arlene McKanic, Times Ledger

Always a Bridesmaid
Rainbows Comedy Playhouse
Lancaster, PA

"In just her second appearance at the Rainbow... Hope shows us that she does comedy well. Her delivery is on the mark, and she is quite funny as the always whiny Charlie."


         -Larry Alexander,

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