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“‘I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here,’ led by Annie and Grace Farrell (Elizabeth Broadhurst), has immense charm, making it clear why Warbucks should promote Grace from secretary to wife”
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“Elizabeth Broadhurst has a twinkle in her eyes and a lovely, warm soprano voice...”
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“Elizabeth Broadhurst is bubbly and charming”
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“Elizabeth Broadhurst gives a warm and winning performance...”
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“Elizabeth Broadhurst is perfectly cast as Warbucks’ secretary, Grace, and seems like a 1920s film star plucked directly from B&W into color. It’s hard to embody goodness and still be interesting, but Broadhurst manages this feat with style and obvious talent.”
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“If you have any fireworks left from the 4th, send one up for Martha Jefferson…‘1776’ boasts a terrific ensemble, including Elizabeth Broadhurst, who gives a divine mezzo soprano to Martha Jefferson.”
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“Understudy Elizabeth Broadhurst performed the title character at the Sunday matinee and proved why she was capable of filling in at any time. Although every grin, step and comedic aside has been meticulously choreographed, Broadhurst's performance is anything but mechanical.”
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“Elizabeth Broadhurst, plays Grace Farrell, the efficient, straight, and may I add, strikingly sexy, secretary to Warbucks. Broadhurst is perfect in this role. She is absolutely beautiful, her loveliness enhanced more so, by the melodious quality of her voice and her flawless diction. Classy and mesmerizing, Broadhurst never missed a beat. As Grace, she is secretly in love with her boss Oliver Warbucks, the lucky, lucky man.”
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