"A tuneful score by Ellen Weiss...captures the splendor of [Audrey Hepburn's] films." -- TimeOutNY
"Being Audrey, through eccentric comedy and poignant drama, takes you on a life affirming, love affirming journey. It would appeal to ANYONE who has been through the trauma of a crisis involving a loved one faced, literally, with life or death. Bring tissues but be prepared to laugh and tap your toes too!" –- Peggy G.
"Great music! Great acting! Great show! Finally a non-reality show! When faced with an uncertain future see just
how far the mind will go to save both you and the love of your life!" -- Joyce B.
"Enchanting! The cast was excellent. The music and story were wonderful. I loved it all." -– Ron C.
“The show takes a New York housewife through a fantasy world with lively and funny songs that at the end had me in tears with the unveiling of a true love story. It reminds the audience that sometimes our fantasies of what we want are right in front of us the whole time. I loved the music, humor and the fact that at the end, I was touched by a true love story.” -- Laura S.
“I loved the show! The cast was fun and funny! Wishing some days I was Claire and could escape reality...at least for a little while!” -- Lisa B.
“Being Audrey was both intelligent and fun. It was no small feat moving the audience into, out of and through Claire's delusions; but it was done magically via Ellen Weiss' brilliant musical composition, the tricky choreography and a smart cast. Cheryl Stern transformed herself beautifully into a very believable Audrey Hepburn!” -- Tom & Katherine H.
"A spirited performance from Cheryl Stern. Valerie Fagan lends a supple voice." -- TimeOutNY
"The cast is strong and effective. Brian Sutherland...does an excellent job walking the line between reality and fantasy. Andrea Bianchi brings a vivid sense of humor to her many portrayals." -– TheatreMania
"[Blair Ross] also displays a snazzy sense of showbiz sparkle." -- BroadwayWorld.com
"I brought my daughter. We loved it!" –- Eric A.
"A big bubbly bundle of wonderment with a hearty singing voice, Stern is totally endearing as a woman who lacks the movie star's gentle grace and poise, but yearns to be a part of her elegant world. She is wonderfully engaging, empathetic and humorous." -- BroadwayWorld.com
"[Jim] Hindman's book is well crafted and cleverly incorporates movie moments. Beautifully executed.
"[An] intriguing new musical. Compelling, fluid direction by Jack Cummings III, and...excellent choreography and musical staging by Scott Rink." -- TheatreMania