Press

“Veronica Barron has the cast’s best voice.”

—Scott Heller, New York Times

“The singer, Veronica Barron, is magnificent.”

—Jared Bowen, WGBH Boston

A second dance number, performed by Veronica Barron and Rachel Wiese, was a mesmerizing piece featuring Barron’s “Be Clean When We Die” spiritual from her 2015 Gather ‘round the Mic recordings.

The duo incorporated dance and shadow puppetry into the ritual of hanging laundry on the clothes line to Barron’s gorgeous and soulful vocals, and it was a thing of beauty.

—Mike Hoban for Theater Mirror

“Feisty original music by Veronica Barron…Barron’s smart love songs [are infused] with emotions that are alternately angry, hopeful, sarcastic, and yes, aching.”

—Jan Nargi, BroadwayWorld

“[Barron’s] featured song showcases her extraordinarily warm and deeply felt voice.”

—Angela Lam, Theatre is Easy

“Veronica Barron is terrific, making her variety of roles both immediate and sharply realized.”

—Robert Nesti, EDGE Boston

“A coolly stylish chanteuse…delivered with a diverting élan by a poised (and pitch-perfect) Barron.”

—Thomas Garvey, The Hub Review

“A particular heart-wringer is Veronica Barron’s performance of a song about the loss of the company lifestyle.”

—Noe Kamelamela, New England Theatre Geek

“Touching and clever musical numbers”

—Mike Hoban, Events Insider

“Sonically sweet relief, with the score by Veronica Barron…witty, jazzy, and lyrical punctuation to the action.”

—Lin Haire-Sargent, ArtsFuse

“The sideshow crowds are portrayed in the deft hands of versatile ensemble player (Veronica Barron) by a pair of wolf puppets…”

—Kathryn Adisman, Usher Nonsense

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