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BWW Reviews: Secret Rose in NoHo Brings Back LA's Longest Running Hit the Entertaining IT'S JUST SEX

August 25, 2014

"...the entire cast is glorious... Individually they all nail their characters' strengths and weaknesses."

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Musicals in LA Reviews "THE NEXT FAIRY TALE"

March 19, 2011

"Fredricks is another standout in her trio of roles as the bubble-headed Thistle, dream Cinderella, and sexy Baker..."

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The Los Angeles Times "THE NEXT FAIRY TALE"

March 17, 2011

"Stephanie Fredricks' tart Dorothy Parker homage delights..."

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Broadway World's Don Grigware Reviews THE NEXT FAIRY TALE

March 12, 2011

"Stephanie Fredricks steals the show as fast-talking Thistle, Cinderella and the Mae West-like baker. She is a heavenly singer and adds great comedy relief throughout."

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StageSceneLA Reviews THE NEXT FAIRY TALE

March 11, 2011

"Hazel’s fellow Godmother’s are brought to quirky, scene-stealing life by three vivacious blends of beauty and comedic/vocal chops—Stephanie Fredericks as Thistle... with Fredericks a delicious Cinderella and feisty Baker..."

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LA Weekly reviews The Apple Tree

July 22, 2009

"The final act is the evening’s highlight, as Matthew J. Williamson’s direction features cleverly minimalist set pieces, unique staging, quick costume changes, and the right amount of shtick to bring the material to life. Stephanie Fredericks also shines as Ella/Passionella, with her strong vocals, comic flair and timing."

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Tolucan Times Reviews The Apple Tree

June 17, 2009

"The Apple Tree has saved the best for last, including the standout performance of the evening, a Broadway-worthy star turn by Stephanie Fredericks."

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"Grigware Talks Theatre" Reviews The Apple Tree

June 13, 2009

"Fredricks is outstanding as Passionella, engaging and vocally supreme."

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StageSceneLA Reviews The Apple Tree

June 12, 2009

"The Apple Tree has saved the best for last, including the standout performance of the evening, a Broadway-worthy star turn by Stephanie Fredericks."

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NoHo Arts District.com Reviews The Apple Tree

June 12, 2009

"Stephanie Fredricks is simply knockout as Passionella, playing equally effective turns as the down-and-out shabby girl and the attention-hording starlet. Her comic timing and delivery are pitch perfect as she makes the drastic shift from clumsy to glamorous."