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Director Henry Jaglom Proves There's No Business Like Show Business with 'Ovation'

July 7, 2016

'Sondheim on Sondheim' is a fascinating self-portrait [The OC Register]

October 30, 2015

"Carlton Heart’s “Losing My Mind” (from “Follies”) and Fredricks’s “Not a Day Goes By” (from “Merrily We Roll Along”) are intertwined to mournful, heartfelt effect. By contrast, Fredricks sizzles in the ’30s-style number “Ah, But Underneath” (from “Follies”)."

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Los Angeles Theater Review: SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM [Stage and Cinema]

October 24, 2015

"Punctuating the taped confessionals and vintage projections from Sondheim’s photo albums are treasures from his trove, a few performed to perfection... Stephanie Fredricks’ sinewy, sultry take on a song written for Cameron Mackintosh’s 1987 London revival of Follies, “Ah, But Underneath”... [more]


October 22, 2015

"The deliciously divine Fredricks impresses vocally with “Good Thing Going” and “Ah, but Underneath,” the elegant Heart sings an achingly lovely “Loving You,” “In Buddy’s Eyes,” and “Send In The Clowns,” and the two together perform some torch song sorcery juxtaposing “Not A Day Goes By” and “Losing My Mind.”

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October 20, 2015

"Stephanie Fredricks and Kevin McMahon are the standouts of the evening. Barbara Carlton Heart is a close runner-up with her dazzling "Losing My Mind" from Follies in combination with Fredricks singing "Not a Day Goes By" from Merrily We Roll Along."

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Review: A Tribute to the Master - SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM [Musicals in LA]

October 19, 2015

"Stephanie Fredricks and Josh Wise’s “So Many People in the World” is a lovely example of simplicity that serves the song... Fredricks also does a rich and poignant version of “Good Thing Going” and a seductive turn with the boys in “Ah, But Underneath” that are highlights."

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Review: SWEENEY TODD by Shari Barrett [Culver City News]

April 17, 2015
"Working closely with Broadway's Stephanie Fredricks as Assistant Director, their collaboration works superbly in creating a beautiful and chilling show, with equal credit due to Musical Director Joe Lawrence, Choreographer/Lighting Designer Samantha Marie..." [more]

Inside Out reviewed by Rob Stevens

March 2, 2015

"Stephanie Fredricks deftly plays the somber and sarcastic lesbian who has put her love live on hold while raising her teenage son. She soulfully delivers the beautiful ballad 'Never Enough'."

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Theatre Meets Therapy in ‘Inside Out’ [Tolucan Times]

February 19, 2015

"Chlo (Stephanie Fredricks), struggles as a single, lesbian mom to her adolescent son Travis, with a rap sequence 'Yo, Chlo,'  perfectly summing up their relationship."

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BWW Reviews: IT'S JUST SEX Will Make You Cry Through Your Laughter

August 31, 2014

"As the more quiet, conservative(?) couple of the three, Stephanie Fredricks and Andy Hirsch as Lisa and Greg have the widest character arcs which they both handle deftly. Fredricks' bored Lisa urges/nags Hirsch's Greg to take charge, to be more spontaneous-all to unexpected results."

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