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Plain and Fancy,  Amish Acres Round Barn Theater Summer 2010

Plain and Fancy, Amish Acres Round Barn Theater Summer 2010

"Jenny is a delight to work with. She comes to rehearsal prepared, takes direction well, and makes my vision a hysterical reality. Jenny can fill any moment on stage, knows when to take the spotlight and when to share it. She can be modern day Carol Burnett, funny but in control. Time after time she can repeat a comic bit and make it look fresh every time. I welcome any opportunity to work with Jenny and gladly refer her to my peers."

 - David Craven, Director at the Round Barn Theater

South Bend Tribune Review

South Bend Tribune Review

"Jenny just sparkles on stage! Her wit, her timing, and that incredible voice are just a few of the reasons the audience can not get enough of her. She has been a vital factor in the success of the The Confession - and I hope that we we will be working together for years to com"

- Dan Posthuma, Producer

"Jenny Reber is on my first to call list! She is not only super talented but incredible to work with. Jenny's potential is only out shined by her enthusiasm.

- Wally Nason, Director and Composer

Jenny Reber is charming and funny as their love-struck daughter Mimi,...
— Ken Kingenmeier, A Seat on the Aisle
Among the strong cast members are Logan Moore as Sonny, Casi Riegle as Rizzo and Jenny Reber as Frechie. Their strong character choices never wavered and their energy lit up the stage.
— Trisha Shepherd, Indy's Child
Clayton Marcum as JD has an excellent voice. As do Sommer O’Donnell as Martha and Jenny Reber as Heather McNamara in their solos ‘Kindergarten Boyfriend’ and ‘Lifeboat,’ respectively.
— Lisa Gauthier Mitchison, Nuvo
Reber as Frenchy stands out among them, naiiling the dingy beauty school dropout act without milking what could easily be an overdone character role
— Staff Reports, Greenfield Reporter
I must give 4 stars to Jenny Reber who plays Penny Pingleton. Not only did she steal some scenes with her portrayal of the nerdy, clumsy side kick to Tracy, but she didn’t overdo it, finding the right balance.
— Vickie Cornelius Phipps, A Seat from the Aisle
Under Billy Kimmel’s direction, Reber and and Sheahan-Stahl’s excellent roller skating skills enhance the chemistry between their characters. It is fun to watch them fall (but not actually) in love.
— Hope Baugh, Nuvo
Ms. Reber and Sheahan-Stahl are blessed with fantastic vocal talents and the entire ensemble creates some wonderful moments with harmonies and solos.
— Ken Kingenmeier, A Seat on the Aisle
Reber plays Barbara with just the right mix of ditziness and shrewdness, especially when she interacts with Shelton, who keeps the audience guessing about Eddie’s real reasons for being at the salon the day of the murder.
— Marda Johnson, Times Sentinel