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Victoria Guiteras mayo


"Victoria Mayo is terrific as Rose. Mayo definitely puts Rose's insecurities to the forefront...She is endearingly naive." 

                                                                                                          -Christina Perryman, Delco Culture, March 22, 2016

"Mayo conveys warmth and the type of native goodness that cannot be faked and should not be mocked...It's a beautiful bit of acting and singing that can serve as a model for how to build and play a character on stage." 

                                                                                                               -Neal Zoren, Philadelphia Critic, March 28, 2016 

"Victoria Mayo as Rose Fenny is the clear standout performance in this production. Mayo grasps the uncertainty of a first romance as paired with the certainty of a strong moral compass. Her vocal technique also allowed her to create a definite voice for Rose that rang beautiful and true throughout the evening....Another heartbreakingly wonderful performance from Mayo came at the end of Act 1 in, "Pretty Funny,"' 

-Kristen Seikaly, DC Metro Theatre Arts, March 12, 2016

"Victoria Guiteras Mayo brings the effortless sex appeal, sweetness and twangy pipes to best advantage. Parton's song, "Backwoods Barbie,"  was perfectly handled by Mayo, a celebration of the heart and smarts that can hide beneath a sexpot body." 

-Jeffery Walker, Broadway World DC,  March 23, 2015

"The powerhouse Victoria Mayo, in one of the best casting decisions every made......"Find Your Grail," in which Victoria Mayo shows off a truly expert vocal range." 

-Julia  L. Exline, DC Metro Theatre Arts,  October 7, 2014

"Victoria Mayo is the ultimate diva, taking on multiple song styles with a high "Caliber" performance as the muse who gives Arthur his sword....She commands the stage with her every note and movement." 

-Bruce Levy, Broadway World DC,  October 13, 2014

"As Tracy, Victoria Mayo, of Springfield, grabs audiences from the initial doo-wop "oh oh oh" sung in the first seconds of the show from her bed, which stands upright, center stage. From that moment on, with a voice at least twice as big as her 1960s hairsprayed bouffant, audiences gleefully go along for the ride." 

-Tara Lynn Johnson, Montgomery News, October 2, 2012

"...Mayo steals the show. She radiates optimism and cheer, as if Troy Martin O'Shia's lighting coated her in an ebullient glow, and her blue-shaded eyes, beaming smile and heart ready to burst easily outshine the axe-blades of social commentary. For two-and-a-half hours, I four it impossible not to watch her sing. "

-Jim Rutter, Philadelphia Inquirer, October 1, 2012

"Mayo is the traditional triple threat of singing, dancing, and acting. "

-Susan L. Serbin, Broadway World Philadelphia, October 22, 2012