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Laura in The Glass Menagerie

“Portrayed subtly and potently”

-Judith Smith-Meyer, Noozhawk

“Telfer...brings a fresh perspective to the demanding directorial vision Blondell has had all along for the role. The extreme physicality of her performance never feels like a stunt, and, when she rises to her full stature in the moments leading up to the play’s fateful kiss, she fulfills Williams’ unforgettable stage direction that in the warmth of Jim’s attentions, she appears to be “[lit] inwardly with altar candles.” “

-Charles Donelan, SB Independent

Photo by David Bazemore.

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Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus

“Anna Telfer anchored the ensemble as Rosalinde, the clever and put-upon wife”

-Charles Donelan, SB Independent

“The focused thus hilarious poker face of Eisenstein’s wife Rosalinde (soprano Anna Telfer); provided a bountiful cornucopia of delight that conspired to produce ripples, then tidal waves of audience laughter and delight on opening night.”

-David Kepl, Performing Art Review

Photo by Brad Elliot.

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Givola in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui

“Unrecognizably menacing…portrayed with inhibition, sly comic timing, and a sense of joyful intensity”

-Maggie Yates, BWW Review

Photo by Brad Elliot.