PRESS

Steel Magnolias

Aisle Seat 6/13/18

"...Featuring six strong ladies whose ensemble work shines. Abby Anderson (Shelby) conveys lovely youthful sweetness tempered with the determination of a girl who won't allow medical challenges to keep her from having the life she's always wanted."

Steel Magnolias

Meet Me in the Greenroom 6/12/18

"Lighting up the stage was the extremely likable and very talented Abby Anderson as Shelby. In her Forestburgh debut, Anderson created a three-dimensional character who credibly demonstrated courage, love, and strength."

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Coeur d'Alene Press 6/09/17

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The Praying Mantis

Rider News 4/14/15

"Abby Anderson, a junior musical theatre major, was a riot in this role, often offering great moments of comic relief. Her portrayal of the over-dramatic Llalla left the audience in stitches, yet she was equally convincing and entertaining when showing the serious side of Llalla."

Our Town

Rider News 3/04/14

"A true highlight of the show is when Emily Gibbs (Anderson) comes to the reality of her death. Anderson's passion and emotional connection with Emily was clear during the famous 'Goodbye, Grover's Corners' monologue."

Metamorphoses

Rider News 11/05/13

"The movement-stilled and stunningly beautiful- along with Anderson's farewell call to her love, as Orpheus looks back at Eurydice, breaking the deal, was what made this scene the best part of the production.

The chemistry between Anderson and Cackoski was outstanding and beautiful, and their love was believable. The two did a great job of bringing about one of the true messages of the play, in a vibrant and stunning scene where they die together, wrapped in each other's arms."

Spring Awakening

Inlander 8/07/12

"Local talent perfectly cast.  Abby Anderson as beautiful, naive Wendla [has a] pristine singing voice."

Spring Awakening

Spokesman Review 8/12/12

"Abby Anderson [gives an] exceptional performance as the innocent and tragically naive Wendla.  Anderson and Jordan Taylor, who plays Wendla's handsome and worldly love interest, Melchior, exhibit the tumultuous passion required of the two characters."

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