Most affecting is “Kindergarten Boyfriend,” loser girl Martha’s (a sweetly mousy Casey Gilbert) suicidal lamentation of romantic/social dreams not realized.
-Houston Press

Most affecting is “Kindergarten Boyfriend,” loser girl Martha’s (a sweetly mousy Casey Gilbert) suicidal lamentation of romantic/social dreams not realized. -Houston Press

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Casey Gilbert brings a touching humanity to the beleaguered Martha Dumptruck.
-The Houston Chronicle

Casey Gilbert brings a touching humanity to the beleaguered Martha Dumptruck. -The Houston Chronicle

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Gilbert, with her eager-to-please nature and spunky demeanor, is fine as the play's protagonist Esther Smith (the role played on celluloid by Garland). She possesses a beautiful singing voice, which is shown to perfection in her performance of the aforementioned 'Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas' and 'The Boy Next Door,' and her trio with Elizabeth Cameron and Stella London (as younger sisters Agnes and Tootie) on 'Under the Bamboo Tree.'
-BroadwayWorld Nashville

Gilbert, with her eager-to-please nature and spunky demeanor, is fine as the play's protagonist Esther Smith (the role played on celluloid by Garland). She possesses a beautiful singing voice, which is shown to perfection in her performance of the aforementioned 'Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas' and 'The Boy Next Door,' and her trio with Elizabeth Cameron and Stella London (as younger sisters Agnes and Tootie) on 'Under the Bamboo Tree.' -BroadwayWorld Nashville

Gilbert's soulful alto is perfectly suited to these songs
-BroadwayWorld Nashville

Gilbert's soulful alto is perfectly suited to these songs -BroadwayWorld Nashville

"Alto Casey Gilbert brought the house down during her second act show-stopper, Operator. The song serves as a great reminder that at the root of nearly every genre of music, gospel is nearly always present."
-The Examiner

"Alto Casey Gilbert brought the house down during her second act show-stopper, Operator. The song serves as a great reminder that at the root of nearly every genre of music, gospel is nearly always present." -The Examiner