Laura Caswell

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“The new talent to watch!”
– Classical 96.3FM radio

IN TROUSERS – Fringe 2005

“Laura Caswell is truly touching as (the) wife.”
– Richard Ouzounian, Toronto Star

(*Nominated as Best ensemble production, NOW MAGAZINE)

Jenni Burke Cabaret Nights, Statlers, Toronto

“Laura Caswell brought the entire house down with an ass-kicking, perfect rendition of “I’m Not Afraid of Anything” from Songs For a New World. She is one to watch for, folks. She is going to be a huge star.”
-The Way I See It (Blog) Amanda Campbell

LIKE OMIGAWD!!! Toronto Fringe

“Laura Caswell gives good goody and the cast has tons of energy.”
– Richard Ouzounian, Toronto Star

“..it features some of Toronto’s finest musical theatre talent on stage, including Laura Caswell…Caswell’s performance is understated, sweet and genuine”
– Suite 101, Mike Mackenzie

BROADWAY GOLD, Rose Theatre, Brampton

“…filled the stage with phenomenal talent, and sent the audience home from the premiere of Broadway Gold smiling, singing and tapping their toes.”
– Ashley Goodfellow Brampton Guardian

CHRISTMAS CAROL, Neptune Theatre, Halifax

“…I would say absolutely stand out performances by “Scrooge” and (Laura Caswell) “Belle”, their singing was just incredible! I highly recommend seeing this performance.”
– Denise Bucciarelli, patron review

URINETOWN, Georgetown Globe Theatre

“The choreography by Laura Caswell is slick and entertaining to watch, and the cast does a superb job at handling her intricate dance steps. I haven’t seen choreography and execution like that in the many years I’ve been attending community theatre productions.” - Suite – – Mike Mackenzie, Suite 101

 

LEADING LADIES, Sudbury Theatre Centre

“The most normal character is Meg, played by Laura Caswell, who simply radiates personality. Even the smallest of her gestures and facial expressions reaches from the back of the stage to the back of the theatre to thoroughly charm the audience. Caswell has performed at STC numerous times, and I’m more impressed by her with each new outing.”
– Scott Overton, Northern Life

THE WIZARD OF OZ, Neptune Theatre

“Laura Caswell is sure to be the star of many a child’s bad dream as the oh-so-wicked Wicked Witch of the West”.
– Kate Watson, The Coast

“And Laura Caswell had fantastic energy and a great cackle as the Wicked Witch of the West.”
– Jill Mader, www.couchtimewithjill.com

The MARVELOUS WONDERETTES, Thousand Island Playhouse

“The comic stand-out is Laura Caswell’s rendition of “It’s My Party.”  Miss Caswell is also a terrific dancer.”
– Connie Meng, NCPR

“Laura Caswell as Betty Jean is all sass and a bit of trash.”
– Greg Burliuk, The Whig Standard

The GIANT’S GARDEN, Toronto Fringe 2011

“special mention would have to be Laura Caswell who plays Summer. Her voice is stunning and she has that mother-nature air about her which makes her the perfect Summer.”
– Sonia Borkar, Mooney On Theatre

(*Nomination for Outstanding performance and Outstanding Production, NOW MAGAZINE)

TALES FROM A SUITCASE , Acting Upstage Dark Night Cabaret Series

“With a 1940’s sensibility and a pippy – nearly clipped – style, this is a girl who should be at least a few Dora Awards in.”
“Caswell has such a fun sensibility and knowledge of contemporary musical scores that you just want to give her a drink and a mic, put her on a gay cruise and let her everyone fall in love with her.”
– Winton Soon, Mooney on Theatre