What People are Saying
"Improbably vibrant and saintly...charming" -Dana Dyer Pierson, The Herald Times, Indiana University's "The Clean House"
"Alana Cheshire especially stands out as Emma, an amusingly extravagant ham who says things like “life is theater; theater is life” while zipping around in clothing that suggests her closet is completely made up of throwaways from the sets of 'The Women' and 'Pirates of Penzance.'" Blake Peterson, The Daily UW for University of Washington's Fefu and her Friends
"Alana Cheshire was a wonder as Marat’s murderer, Charlotte Corday with the strangest pathetic, appealing and appalling take on the dumb blond that I imagine I’ll ever see." - George Walker, WFIU, Indiana University's Marat/Sade
"Perfectly Sunny!" - Glenn Kaufman, The Herald Times for Brown County Playhouse's The Last Night of Ballyhoo
"The funniest moment of the play comes when Helen (Alana Cheshire) performs a jazzy version of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do.” - Gabriela Tedeschi, The Daily UW for Trojan Women: A Love Story
"Cheshire, in her performance as Janet, hit every note, even when distracted by three hecklers, who were part of the performance."- Lara Streyle, Indiana Daily Student for Starrynight Production's The Rocky Horror Show
"Masterfully seething" - Blake Peterson, The Daily UW for University of Washington's Rutherford and Son