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"Mrs. Hannigan is a role that veers all over the place; local productions frequently depict her as a perpetually-pickled clown. Stephanie Londino's engaging performance made me rethink Hannigan; I had unexpected empathy for her as a still-attractive woman stuck in a dead-end government job, in it for the pay and benefits but still dreaming of something more."
"Stefanie Londino elicits many laughs as the villainous Miss Hannigan. Unlike the motion picture, the play provides no redemption arc for Miss Hannigan. Despite this, Londino somehow manages to garner some sympathy as an aging single woman stuck in a government job that makes her miserable. Londino’s exquisite vocals and superb acting elevate the rest of the cast when they are onstage with her."
"Stefanie Londino’s engaging take on Mrs. Hannigan actually made me rethink her. Imagine Mrs. Hannigan as an attractive woman stuck in a dead-end government job, in it, yes, for the pay and benefits, but perhaps still dreaming of something… more."
"...the fabulous Londino chews up the scenery to do the best Miss Hannigans before her proud."
"Miss Hannigan is a complicated character because she is written so funny, but you’re also supposed to hate her. Stefanie Londino delivered on both in a way that was refreshing from other performances I’ve seen. Londino (Miss Hannigan) delivered a performance that was physically funny and well-spoken/sang without going too far into being a caricature."
"We love it already."
"Londino's vocals were even more compelling than Haag's excellent ones.”
"Stefanie Londino steals her scenes as sassy nurse Crystal Buehler, whose comic veneer hides a heart of gold."
"Another knockout is Stefanie Londino, whose gentle portrayal of Ismene is simply lovely."
"Vocal fireworks are provided courtesy of the supporting cast. There are strong and nuanced performances to be found here; it’s impressive to watch Stefanie Londino.”