• “It’s inspiring. You feel better about life than when you went in.” -Brad Moranz

  • “A show like this can pull you back to what’s important, what’s true and what’s honest in this world.” -Jamie Smithson
  • “You don’t need anything other than the truth of it and the heart of it. And that’s what they have. –Amanda Rose

  • “That one hour I have seen transform people.” -Joy Vandervort Cobb

  • “The Hymnfest was a life changing event.” -Thomas J. White

  • “The vibrancy that filled the theatre, with an overflow crowd, celebrated one of those rare moments when it all comes together.” Post & Courier Reviewer Dottie Ashley on She Loves Me

  • “Leave your angst at the door…the show has something for everyone. Dig deep and you might even engage in the debate as to the nature of art and its relationship to our everyday experience.” Charleston City Paper reviewer C. Reilly on The Good Time Variety Hour

  • “Treat yourself to a delightful hour of warmth, charm, love, emothion and real feeling—maybe some tears and a lump in your throat.” -L. Anthony Speno, MD

    Read the City Paper's article on the final performance of The Good Time Variety Hour

    Post and Courier article on Moments of Joy

    Moments of Joy received an "A" from the City Paper! Read the review.

    See the Preview section's photo story on Moments of Joy!

    Click here for a review on Gypsy that ran in the Post and Courier on October 27, 2007