Bonnie & Clyde Reviews

Larissa Explains It All: You Will Be Making a Huge Mistake If You Don’t See ‘Bonnie & Clyde’

Cue the entrance of the absolutely mesmerizing Madeline Weinberger as Bonnie Parker.  Can I say she was sheer perfection?  She alone is worth the price of admission.  I could not find a flaw with anything – her acting, her singing, and her movement were all exact.  Everything about her performance lead me to wonder what on earth this talent is doing on a stage in Utah County instead of in New York City.  Johnny Hebda as Clyde is a talented man with a wide range in acting and a lovely voice. —Larissa Explains It...

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Broadway World: ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ a Worthy Utah Premiere

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...

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Front Row Reviewers: The Troupe Did a Powerful Job

This company has a surprisingly large group of talent, actors who can sing and act with rare high caliber. It seems to me that this is a rare opportunity to see this show based on the narrow window of performances and the single company offering the experience. I would absolutely recommend seeing Bonnie & Clyde and would say that the troupe did a powerful job at putting it on. —Daniel Brassard, Front Row Reviewers http://frontrowreviewersutah.com/

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Backsage Utah: Another Great Utah Rep Production and Everyone Should See This Show

Bonnie Parker played by Madeline Weinberger was a vocal stand-out for the evening. It is clear she spent a good deal of time preparing for this production, not only musically but also in getting into her character. It is when both of the elements combine that you have truly great moments, and she achieved this in her Act 2 solo number “Dyin’ Ain’t So Bad,” when Weinberger truly had everyone hanging on every note. She also understands very well the humor elements in the show and delivered all of these very well. Clyde Barrow played by Johnny Hebda was an acting stand-out. He did not...

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Deseret News: “Bonnie & Clyde” Worth Checking Out

Madeline Weinberger, who plays Bonnie, does a good job of belting out Frank Wildhorn’s big score and she’s even better in the softer, reflective numbers like “Dyin’ Ain’t So Bad.” Other standouts in the cast are Michelle Moore, who plays Blanche (Clyde’s sister-in-law), and Christopher Bradford, who delivers a rousing number as the preacher. Dallin Major is wonderful as a police officer who has feelings for Bonnie, and Nancy Susan Cannon put together some great period costumes. Bravo to Utah Rep for using live musicians and it makes all the difference. The small...

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Utah Theater Bloggers: One of My Favorite Experiences with Utah Theater

This particular production, while benefiting from an overall good story and music, went from entertaining to outstanding based on the absolutely wonderful choices made by the cast, crew, and theater company. Trying to limit the elements that deserve praise in this show to a single review is a significant challenge. The ensemble number “God’s Arms are Always Open” featured excellent choreography from Ashley Ramsey, and a beautiful solo by the Preacher, played by Christopher Bradford. Each member of the ensemble and minor characters deserve praise for their portrayals, and Adam Cannon‘s...

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