Reviews

“She came off . . . resplendent and poised in a beautiful white gown, and singing her late husband’s “Zigeuner,” and her solo reprise of the show’s big tune, “I’ll “See You Again” gloriously."
      Harry Forbes – Forbes On Film and Footlights, May 15,2012
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“Lady Maude . . . was winningly acted and beautifully sung by Elizabeth Hillebrand, particularly in her rapturous “When Love Awakes.””
      Harry Forbes – Forbes On Film and Footlights, March 20,2012
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“The soloists were uniformly strong. Elizabeth Hillebrand had presence and charm as the soubrette Gretchen.”
      Harry Forbes – Forbes On Film and Footlights, May 24,2010
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“Dello Joio’s A Jubilant Song, edgy and fascinating, was an excellent choice, with Kenneth Brown’s piano solos and Elizabeth Hillebrand’s vocal solos.”
      Dr. Roberta E. Zlokower – Roberta on the Arts, December 2009
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“[Hei-Kyong] Hong, [Elizabeth] Hillebrand and [Nancy] Maultsby [sang a] hushed and exquisite, a cappella "Lift thine eyes”
      Bruce-Michael Gelbert – QOnstage.com New York’s Performance and Arts Review, November 2007
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"Elizabeth Hillebrand portrayed the half sister with an alluring innocence"
      Allan Kozinn – The New York Times, March 2007
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"Elizabeth Hillebrand sang with an attractive soprano and convincingly portrayed Laurie as shy and naive, rebellious and finally confident, as she (somewhat implausibly) heads out alone into the world"
      Vivien Schweitzer – The New York Times, January 2007
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"Elizabeth Hillebrand gave a lovely performance as Yum-Yum"
      Allan Kozinn – The New York Times, January 2007
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“Elizabeth Hillebrand made a lovely heroine ”
      Victor Gluck – TheaterScene.net, January 2007
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"Soprano Elizabeth Hillebrand brought empathy and a bright, clean line to Belinda"
      David Shengold – Opera News, May 2006

"Ms. Hillebrand [as Belinda] . . . sang attractively with suitably light timbre"
      Allan Kozinn – The New York Times, April 2006
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“Josephine comes alive courtesy of Elizabeth Hillebrand, a knock-out lyric soprano and a saucy little actress”
      Ann Hicks – The Greenville News, April 2005

“young actors Michael Scott Harris and Elizabeth Hillebrand surprisingly stole the show at many points for their marvelous singing abilities. . .” “To hear each of them beautifully sing their high musical notes might be compared to the power of medicine”.
      Matt Windman – TheaterScene.net, January 2004
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“As Adele, the young flirt dressed to allure her boss, Elizabeth is charming and in beautiful voice.”
      Marjorie Gunner – Outer Critics Circle, January 2004

“The doe-eyed Elizabeth Hillebrand stands out as the na´ve secretary.”
      “About Town” – The New Yorker, December 2003

“Elizabeth Hillebrand, in the role of the wily servant Adele, sings and mugs beautifully.”
      Michael J. Fressola – Staten Island Advance, January 2004

“l’abile segretaria Adele (Elizabeth Hillebrand) che canta molto bene. . .”
      Mario Fratti – Oggi, January 2004


“A joyous Laudamus te for two soprano soloists (the fine Carol Ambrogio and Elizabeth Hillebrand) was perky and accurate”
      Mario Levine – Concert Reviews and Features – Classics Today.com, December 2005