"Tori Heinlein is a feisty and equally determined June... Ms. Heinlein is making her auspicious, baton-twirling Marriott debut as this teenage blonde bombshell, but she’s appeared on Broadway in “White Christmas,” as well as nationwide in many other leading roles. In this production she demonstrates her talents as a true triple threat."
"Louise’s sister June is played with the utmost brilliance by Tori Heinlein. She has all the tools in her kit to mesmerize in song and dance, but also demonstrate the pressures of being forever forced to live someone else’s dreams."
"Tori Heinlein is also perfectly cast as June. She is cute, talented, frustrated with Rose’s domination, and dreams of being a legitimate actress. Both Heinlein and Medina are engaging."
"The iconic musical number "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" is performed to perfection by Tori Heinlein (Liesl)".
"It’s the promsemble of 8 performers who...sing their hearts out and dance their faces off. Special shoutouts to standout dancer Tori Heinlein (Kaylee, the main mean girl)".
“But not only does Tori Heinlein get to play Annie in the full run of the show, she also gets to co-star with actress and comedian Wanda Sykes...Heinlein, however, could never be out-shined by a Hollywood star.”
“Tori Heinlein glows in the role of the Ghost of Christmas Past, singing “The Holly and the Ivy” with dulcet assurance.”
“We learn the relatable lesson on bullying when the wretched Lavinia (Tori Heinlein) makes it apparent that she is quite jealous of Sara. Ms Heinlein certainly did a swell job, considering how much I wanted to pinch her ear and send her to her room.”
"The first of the next three ghosts is lead by Tori Heinlein as Christmas Past. She is a striking blonde with a beautiful voice which is heard in “The Holly and the Ivy” and “In the Bleak Midwinter.” In the first she does a dance with three girls and then chides Scrooge on his bad behavior... Tori’s strong line delivery is powerful on his journey of redemption. It is her seventh year with this musical, having started when she was 8 and is now 17."
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