Read the REVIEWS of Morgan Weed as
in the World Premiere of the New Musical
FIRST WIVES CLUB
Oriental Theatre, Chicago
Morgan Weed, as the tasteless, talentless, vapid aspiring actress Shelley Salem, acts her scenes with delicious comic relish."
"The very funny Morgan Weed"
- Around the Town Chicago
"Social climber Shelley (a scene-stealing Morgan Weed)"
- Daily Herald
@FWCMusical Get a first glimpse at FWC on Broadway in Chicago:
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FIRST WIVES CLUB MEETS THE CHICAGO PRESS:
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GREASE IS THE WORD!
Morgan Weed as Rizzo in GREASE
at The Paper Mill Playhouse! The New York Times writes: " "There Are Worse Things I Could Do," by Morgan Weed is quite heartfelt. Ms. Weed's "Look at Me, I'm Sandra Dee" is a skilled display of cleverness and jealousy, evident both on her face and in her voice."
"Morgan Weed is a scene stealer as Betty Rizzo...
"THE ORIGINAL 'MEAN GIRL'." -New Jersey Stage
"Morgan Weed imbues Rizzo with authority and youthfulness -and a refreshing, distinctive hint of a feral temper. She sings "Look at Me, I'm Sandra Dee" with rich character and voice." -The Star Ledger
"Many of the supporting players are outstanding, especially Morgan Weed's Rizzo (her "There Are Worse Things I Could Do," in the second act, is the most affecting moment in the show.)" - NorthJersey.com
"The Pink Ladies, led by Morgan Weed as tough Betty Rizzo...is appropriately coarse, bitchy and contemptuous of prissy and refined students...Weed is terrific as Rizzo, whether toughly mocking Sandra Dee or wistfully explaining her promiscuity in "There Are Worse Things I Could Do." -NJ Arts Maven
As Tink in the World Premiere of Dallas Theater Center's FLY
On CBS' ELEMENTARY "A Landmark Story"
On CBS' PERSON OF INTEREST "Number Crunch"
"I Remember" (Live) from Evening Primrose- Words and Music by Stephen Sondheim
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