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The word on Jessica Robblee:

The Moors:

"Then there’s Jessica Robblee’s Huldey: Give a highly talented actor a role with so many facets, where she can go from limited, flat statements to an outburst of song that mingles rock and ballad with a ruthless belt reminiscent of the murderesses in the musical Chicago, and you get one of those knockout performances that — almost alone —can make a critic’s life happy and worthwhile."

  --Juliet Wittman, Westword

Homebody Kabul: 

"...Starting with uniformly brave and visceral performances, anchored by Robblee’s ferocious portrayal of a daughter who's the unmistakable progeny of her deeply damaged parents."

  --John Moore, The Denver Post

Sex with Strangers:

"...phenomenal, naturalistic performances from both Robblee and Ball. They’re as real as it gets."

  --Andrew Travers, The Aspen Times

Drowning Girls: 

"Actresses Kate Gleason, Jessica Robblee and Emily Van Fleet honor their unlucky characters with physically vigorous, witty and wet — very wet– performances."

  --Lisa Kennedy, The Denver Post


Frankie and Johnny:

Robblee’s Frankie is divine. The flashes of vulnerability that slip through under her tough façade give her a warmth and humanity that prevents her from appearing harsh as she repeatedly rebuffs her persistent lover."   

  -Lane Ware,

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