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Theatrical Reviews

THE MIKADO  (City Center, NYC)
"Jennifer Piacenti was, if you'll excuse the expression, delicious as Yum Yum"- Theatremania Review,  "A Yum Yummy Mikado" (Barbara and Joel Siegel)


SAYONARA (Theatre Row, NYC)

"Ms. Piacenti has a lovely soprano."  - Times Square Chronicles (Suzanna Bowling) 

A NOT SO SILENT NIGHT with Turtle Creek Chorale (Dallas City Performance Hall, TX)

"The guest soloist for this weekend’s concerts is Jennifer Piacenti. She’s a principal soprano with the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players at City Center in Manhattan. She grew up in Mesquite.... But Baugh invited her because her singing is outstanding. The local connection was just pure luck.


Through the night, her performance builds. She does a fine rendition of an Irving Berlin standard in the first half. After intermission, she’s a wonderful Mariah Carey in a number that’s stolen by the SoundBytes. But her “O Holy Night” deserved the standing ovation it got."- The Dallas Voice (David Taffett)

"Appearances by Texas-reared, TCU-trained Broadway and operetta star Jennifer Piacenti provided several other highlights of the evening; Piacenti cheerfully blended her top-notch professionalism with these top-notch volunteer performers, as well as presenting an awed, emotionally charged rendition of that enduring 19th-century favorite “O Holy Night.” - Theatre Jones (Wayne Lee Gay)

THE BOYFRIEND (TheatreZone, Naples, Florida)

"Polly (an effervescent Jennifer Piacenti) captivates ....Piacenti shines as golden girl Polly. She and DeMent have lovely, soaring voices; their "I Could Be Happy With You" and "A Room in Bloomsbury" duets are clear highlights." - Naples Daily News (Chris Silk)


RUDDIGORE (City Center, NYC)

"Jennifer Piacenti provides humor and spirited energy as Zorah" - Variety  (Steven Suskin)



 “As the dancing daughter, Jennifer Piacenti floated like a swan as Isabel.” Columbus Dispatch (Barbara Zuck)



"Isabel (Jennifer Piacenti) stood out from the other wards as precocious, with delightfully unique quirks.” DC Metro Theatre Arts (Erica Laxson)


"Jennifer Piacenti, as Isabel and David Macaluso as Samuel stand-out among the cast though, for their timing. If they could take their character that extra step without going too far, they did and it was brilliant! " - The Rogers Review (Dean Rogers)









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