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Daddy Long Legs
Cary Ginell: "We could listen to Babb sing them all day long. Her melodious soprano is like a ray of sunshine—clear, radiant and warm. Her understanding of her character brings Jerusha alive, especially with her almost desperate curiosity about “Mr. Smith’s” age, look and personality."
Broadway World: "Lilli Babb's Myrtle is similarly charming despite being an underwritten character; Babb's delicate comic timing allows her pretension and primping to remain a running theme throughout the show without ever upstaging the material going on around her."
Suds! The Rockin 60s Musical
Ithaca.com: "But Lilli Babb steals the show as Cindy. Not only a wonderful vocalist, she has a sweet comic charisma like a young Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz."
Syracuse New Times: "Lilli Babb manages to make Cindy’s innocence more appealing than cloying, even when her character’s head is stuck in the washer."
Hello My Baby
Variety: "Elegant and a mellow way with a tune."
Stage Scene LA: "Babb shows off a sweet soprano as Alice."
Simi Valley Acorn: "Babb is appealing as Ariel, the hometown girl who’s running around with local juvenile delinquent Chuck Cranston."
Moorpark Patch: "And then there was Lilli Babb, who gave a heartbreaking performance as hopelessly love-struck Éponine. Babb appeared to have the most accomplished voice quality of the female cast members, consistently holding her tones throughout and shining brightly on her solo 'On My Own.'"