OCE regular Louisa O’Keane’s rich versatility shines, as she once again demonstrates her immense range: first performing a comical rendition of The Worst Pies in London—from Sweeney Todd—followed by her haunting
operatic duet of Phantom of the Opera.
Cathy Pelletier, Thorold News
O'Keane has 'star' written all over her in every song she sings.
Jo Ledingham, Vancouver Courier
Louisa O’Keane delivers!
The Canmore Leader
Louisa O'Keane is wonderful as Marty, one of the Pink Ladies'
Louisa O'Keane is delightful as Ida
In the sass of 'Broadway Baby' O'Keane proves that she could one day be one
There is something very Canadian about six talented young performers first serving you dinner and then hoofing and shouting their hearts out on stage. It makes a somewhat cynical person feel warm and happy on this, the coldest night of the year.....
Tight, well-rehearsed and near-perfectly choreographed – Into The Groove is so well executed, there was simply no opportunity for opening night jitters. Cleveland may have “built this city on rock & roll,” but Oh Canada, Eh? constructed their
log cabin playhouse on good food, great value and original entertainment.
William Thomas, Niagara This Week
The number “God is in the House” displayed Louisa O’Keane’s
powerful vocals and unique qualities - DART Critics
Both Louisa O’Keane and Karen Minish have big beautiful voices, and delivered their
Sondheim non sequitours and syncopated rhymes with style and joie de vivre.
‘‘O’Keane nails Sondheims seductive Academy Award Winning piece, 'Sooner or Later’
The Canmore Leader
Thibodeau and O’Keane have their moments selling Sondheims melodies, harmonies and s
entiments with skill, pizzazz and ease.
Louis B Hobson, Calgary Sun
Suratos and O'Keane turn the heat up on "Can That Boy Foxtrot."
It simply sizzles and leaves no doubt what they're talking about.