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Review: Emotionally Rich and Rewarding Experience at Zao’s Ragtime

As Mother, Lizz Reeves Fidler instills the character with a large dose of compassion and care… Her solo of “Back to Before” is gorgeously delivered as are the numerous duets she shares with her co-stars.

Review: Independence from Dissent in Zao’s 1776

Adams’ best moments were when he was joined by wife Abigail (Lizz Reeves Fidler). In a show with a scarcity of women, the two present on Apache Junction’s stage added exponentially to the evening. Martha Jefferson (Rebecca Bryce) and especially Fidler’s vocal quality as Abigail melted the big government work into personal and human messages.

Review: 1776

He and Lizz Reeves Fidler, who is simply radiant as wife Abigail Adams, exhibit a deep, personal connection to each other. That’s impressive considering their three poignant duets are written as musicalized letters the couple has sent to each other and staged, as written, such that they don’t look at each other during their numbers, emphasizing the physical distance between them. Fidler clearly portrays Abigail as a smart, loving and caring woman and her singing voice is simply luminous, with notes that have a beautiful sheen.

Review: Monty Python’s Spamalot

Gil Benbrook | Talkin’ Broadway | March 10, 2016 The hit 1975 movie Monty Python and The Holy Grail humorously told of King Arthur’s quest for the Holy Grail. Almost 30 years after the premiere of the film—which was written by the zany Monty Python comedy team that featured Eric Idle, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones, […]

Review: Laugh a lot at ‘Spamalot’ in Mesa

Jennifer Haaland, Mesa Performing Arts Examiner | Examiner.com | March 6, 2016 As movie enthusiasts and 2005 Tony Best Musical fans well know, last night’s “Spamalot” at Mesa Arts Center relayed Arthurian legend through the crumpled strainer of “Monty Python and the Holy Grail.” For serious purists it was not. For ribald, irreverent humor enthusiasts, Mesa Encore […]

Review: Buddy – the Buddy Holly Story

Lizz Reeves Fidler shows a bit of sass beneath the sweetness of Petty’s wife Vi… all of the actors play their own instruments, and play them very well.

Review: Multiple singular sensations in MET’s ‘Chorus Line’

By the end of the number, the varied crew had demonstrated a critical show piece: the choral sound and blend was rock solid. They blew the roof off in “Sing,” too. Kudos to Director Peter J. Hill, Musical Director Debra Jo Davey, and the supporting pit singers.

Award: Lizz wins Prizm!

Lizz Reeves Fidler wins Best Actress Major Role in a Musical 2013-14 as the Lady of the Lake in Monty Python’s Spamalot.

Review: Bravo, Spamalot

The Lady of the Lake was Lizz Reeves Fidler, who has a beautiful voice and a warm spark that drew the audience in… We are so lucky to have such talent right here in Fountain Hills.

Review: The Holy Grail

With a cast so full of talent, I must single out Lizz Reeves Fidler as Lady of the Lake. Why she is not on Broadway is anybody’s guess, but she has a fantastic voice and we are lucky to have her.