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"Sharon Maxwell as Julie LaVerne, an actress on the boat, uses her classical training and applies her rich contralto to have fun with "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man" in Act 1 and then to turn "Bill" into a touching song of sorrow in Act 2" - Judy Richter, Aisle Say, San Francisco Online
"A Fabulous show! Some great singing of the old classics. My favorite was Sharon Maxwell as Julie. Her voice was warm and rich, her acting was so realistic and her face and figure added an elegance to the role that hasn't been seen since the film versions." - Artsopolis viewer online
"As accomplished a vocalist as she is attractive, Sharon Maxwell excels as the Cotton Blossom's featured entertainer, Julie LaVerne, who is forced to leave the ship when it is revealed she is a mulatto married to a white man. Her rendition of "Bill" is one of the evening's highlights"- Charles Brouse, Marin Independent Journal
"The star of the boat's show is Julie LaVerne, warm and beautifully voiced Sharon Maxwell." - Keith Kreitman, San Mateo Times
"Sharon Maxwell as Julie has a striking blues voice in "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man," and she gives a plaintive rendition of "Bill" in the second act, wringing every moment of pathos from the song" - Richard Connema, Talking Broadway.com
As Cio-Cio-san in Puccini's "Madama Butterfly"
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