" Of all the cast, Gangloff has the
brightest of futures, her effortless
naturalism and sonorous voice
elevating her solo number"
"Jeanine Gangloff Levy was the most wonderfully outrageous lead in Slow Burn’s spoofy Disaster! Here she has a field day as the lovelorn blue collar salon owner and dispenser of wisdom Paulette, who has some belt to the back of house numbers – and the most horrible bouffy hairstyle ever seen in a salon."
-Bill HIrschman, Florida Theatre Onstage
"As Edna, Jeanine Gangloff-Levy delivers the evening’s most powerful, nuanced, natural and multi-faceted performance. As a matter of fact, Gangloff-Levy disappears into her character. She conveys authentic, painful emotions through her voice and face. In short, the performer makes you forget that she’s acting. Those wide-eyed, watery eyes communicate fear, shock and pain better than words can."
- Aaron Krause, Theatrical Musings