“…As Clara, Samantha Hill not only has a soaring soprano, but an eager expressiveness in her face and body that manages to convey her character’s as yet undimmed sense of wonder and openness to new experiences, including love.”
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“…With her clear soprano and committed, nuanced acting, Samantha Hill is equally perfect as Clara. Her performance of the title song is another emotional highlight.”
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“…The most difficult role is that of Clara. She must look twenty-six, behave like a little girl, have sexual impulses and make us believe she epitomizes a state of pure, innocent love that’s unsullied by life experience. Samantha Hill does all this and sings like a lark…”
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“…As Clara, Hill is especially radiant in voice and presence, capturing all of her character’s giddy exuberance and rapture, temper and terror.” The Winnipeg Free Press