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Some nice things people have said about me!

Fiorello! with the Berkshire Theatre Group:

"Fiorello meets Thea, played with delicate feeling by Rebecca Brudner... Thea's reflective 'When Did I Fall in Love?' is most unusual in its acknowledgement that love rarely strikes like a bolt of lightning, as it seems to in so many musicals, and it is delivered by Ms. Brudner with beautiful tone and emotional clarity."

--Charles Isherwood for The New York Times

Henry V with the Bristol Old Vic:

"Rebecca Brudner plays Exeter with a drag king swagger and no vanity and later morphs magically into a shimmering nightclub singer with a gorgeous voice."

--Bristol 24/7

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Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella & Matilda The Musical at Tuacahn:

"Rebecca Brudner plays the role of Ella, the mysterious but outspoken pauper turned princess in Cinderella; it’s a far cry from the shy educator [Miss Honey] who’s afraid of her own shadow in Matilda but she brings nothing but perfection to both roles.​"

--Mesquite Local News

"Brudner [Ella] and Griffin [Marie] portrayed my favorite dynamic of the show.  Their friendship is the strongest relationship in the whole production, and both really shine in 'Impossible.'... Brudner moved across the stage with such poise and strength.

--St George News

"Rebecca Brudner has a powerful and clear voice...  Together [with Aaron Young] their voices blend beautifully in songs such as 'Ten Minutes Ago' and 'Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful."


--Front Row Reviewers Utah

Fairy Tale Christmas at Tuacahn:

"Rebecca Brudner (Imogene, Belle, Pinocchio) is the star [we] fell in love with from the second she spoke. Her sweet innocence, yet strong spirit, along with a beautifully clear singing voice is the perfect balance on stage."

--Front Row Reviewers Utah

Lady, Be Good! with The College Light Opera Company:


"Rebecca Brudner as Susie in “Lady Be Good,” exuded talent and charm, with a natural comic and physical aptitude that called to mind the irrepressible Lucille Ball."


--Cape Cod Times, "Favorite Theater of the Year: Actors," 2014

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The Pajama Game with The College Light Opera Company:


"Rebecca Brudner (Gladys) teams up with Cameron Brownell and Jens Jacobson in the show’s most thrilling dance routine, “Steam Heat.”  Ms. Brudner had the audience laughing with her boozy nap on the tabletop at the Hideaway and with her sexy bedroom romp in her spouse’s nightmare fantasy."


--Cape News

Les Miserables with the College Light Opera Company:

"Rebecca Brudner as Eponine infuses 'On My Own' with anguish and heartache."

--The Barnstable Patriot

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