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As Carol in A Black & White Cookie at Theater for the New City (TNC On the Air Series) - New York, NY

"Roslyn Seale plays Carol with a layered sense of maternal worry for Harold while also attempting to conceal her dispassion for Albee. The conflict that Carol introduces between the two men and particularly in her scenes with Albee is a highlight of the evening." 

Jack Wernick

The Theatre Times

As Young Irene in Bubbling Brown Sugar at Broward Stage Door Theatre - Coral Springs, FL

“Roslyn Seale’s “God Bless the Child” showed a range of notes oblivious to the recorded music’s normal zone.”

Ron Levitt

Florida Media News/ENV Magazine

As Harriet in The Civil War at Roxy Regional Theatre - Clarksville, TN

“The emotions expressed by Roslyn Seale are a high point in the drama.”

Sue Freeman Culverhouse 

The Leaf Chronicle

As Charlaine in Ain't Misbehavin' at Oregon Cabaret Theatre - Ashland, OR

"Seale has an engaging yet sassy awkwardness and the dance skills to match..."

Roberta Kent

Ashland Daily Tidings


As Gina in Beehive at Arundel Barn Playhouse - Arundel, ME

"The evening’s top performance is delivered by Roslyn Seale; her best numbers channel Tina Turner and Aretha Franklin."

Scott Andrews

The Forecaster

As Diana Ross/Tina Turner in Beehive at Sierra Repertory Theatre - Sonora, CA

"In a wonderful depiction of the Supremes, Seale, backed up by James and Jackson, captures both the style and vocal range of the group with excellent renditions of “Come See About Me,” “I Hear A Symphony,” and “Where Did Our Love Go?”"

"Seale commands the stage as Tina Turner performing her memorable hits “Proud Mary,” and “River Deep, Mountain High.”"

Kathie Isaac-Luke

The Union Democrat

"Roslyn Seale kicks off Act Two with a fantastic performance as the super energetic, charismatic Tina Turner in her performances of “River Deep, Mountain High,” and “Proud Mary.” Not only is Garrett’s demanding choreography executed gorgeously by Seale and her Ikettes, but the energy needed to pull off these back-to-back numbers is never lacking in any of the girls’ performances."

Marc Gonazlez

The Road to 1,000 with Marc Gonazlez

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