Reviews

As recipient of his affections, Susanna (Amy Mahoney) provides a perfect partner in the continual machinations. A round, bright soprano easily tossing off intricate passagework, Mahoney’s attractive presence matched with alert comic instinct seems forever at the center of the action. D.S. Crafts, Albuquerque Journal

Oh, Lady! Lady!! with Maxime Alvarez deToledoAs Molly, Amy Mahoney is radiant. Her voice and manner reminded me of opera star and show-tune recording artist Dawn Upshaw (and those who know me know I can bestow no higher compliment to a singer). Singing ‘Bill’, especially in this unfamiliar context, is not an enviable task, but Ms. Mahoney made it a new thing. Her performance in what could have been a forgettable ingenue role made her a name I’ll be watching out for in the future. Margaret Cross, BroadwayWorld.com

I liked Amy Mahoney’s Susanna because she embodied the part so persuasively. R.M. Campbell, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

A vibrant Amy Mahoney as Josephine centers the cast as the daughter…Mahoney’s soprano fills the not so diminutive Jane Addams with song after song powerfully delivered, convincingly interpreted. Dale Burrows, Enterprise

Amy Mahoney bubbles as the Eisenstein’s giggly chambermaid. The bubbles, however, turn to glittering coloratura in the second act as she tosses off elaborate vocal figurations in “My dear Marquis.” D.S. Crafts, Albuquerque Journal

As the daughter, Amy Mahoney is quite lovely. Her appearance is demurely glamorous and her voice is equal to the soprano warbling required of G&S ingenues. Joe Adcock, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Amy Mahoney, as the ship captain’s daughter Josephine, is a full-bodied soprano whose voice shows off to fine advantage in ‘Sorry her lot’ and ‘The hours creep on apace.’ And she’s an agile comedienne too. Misha Berson, Seattle Times

Fetchingly sung by Amy Mahoney as Molly. Ron Cohen, Backstage.com

The performances from supporting characters are especially fine, notably Amy Mahoney and Jamie Van Eyck as sassy smugglers Frasquita and Mercedès. Lindsay Christians, Wisconsin State Journal

As Carmen’s spirited friends, Amy Mahoney and Jamie Van Eyck sang beautifully and with great flair in the Act III trio. John W. Barker, The Daily

Please note that some of these reviews were actually as Amy Bils, and because of her name change were changed here to read Amy Mahoney.