It is clear that a good deal of research and attention to detail has been put into every aspect of this production. It is well worth the time to see it
Madeline Weinberger is a revelation as Bonnie (a Tony-nominated role). Her singing and acting are both phenomenal. She manages to convey a wide range of emotions throughout the show, all while staying true to the character and drawing out empathy from the audience.
Another impressive performance comes from the underutilized Dallin Major as deputy sheriff Ted Hinton, who pines for Bonnie. A lovely singing voice and realistic acting choices make any time he is onstage a treat.
Additional great vocal performances are provided by Johnny Wilson as Buck Barrow, Michelle Moore as Blanche Barrow (double cast with Twyla Wilson), and Christopher Bradford as the Minister.
—Tyler Hinton, Broadway World