About Kimilee as Carlotta:
Kimilee Bryant excels as the soprano displaced by Christine’s fresh
By TOM TITUS, Daily Pilot       April 3, 2008

About Kimilee as Ida in New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players’ PRINCESS IDA:
“Kimilee Bryant’s Princess Ida is lovely to look at and acquits herself well with her two operatic arias, ‘Oh, goddess wise’ and ‘I built upon a rock.’”
Victor Gluck,, January 9, 2008

“As in all G&S Players productions, the operetta is beautifully sung, with Bryant exhibiting a particularly lovely soprano voice”
Robert Feldberg, The North Jersey Record, January 10, 2008

“Kimilee Bryant is a solid Ida, always sure she’s in the right, her “I Built Upon a Rock!” is excellent.”
Duncan Pflaster,, January 6, 2008

“Kimilee Bryant brought a plush soprano voice and lovely presence to the title role”
Anthony Tommasini, The New York Times, January 7, 2008

About Kimilee’s one-woman show, MY LIFE’S JOURNEY THROUGH SONG:

“Many people nationally and internationally also know Bryant as a gifted performer, singer and dancer who’s always on the move.”
“In her one-woman show in Greenville, Bryant will stay on message to reinforce that her considerable dancing chops — nurtured by her dance teacher mom, Karen C. Bryant — as well as her silky vocals and her sense of theater, are all homegrown in the Upstate.”
Ann Hicks, The Greenville News, December 16, 2007

As Zerlina in DON GIOVANNI:
“Soprano Kimilee Bryant’s lilting voice and sexy charm in ‘Batti, batti’, soon have him eager to make up.”
“In Opera , it’s about the singing, and the trio of sopranos set the pace with a vocally strong and psychologically satisfying interpretation…”
“Three standout sopranos showed us just what diva stands for…”
Anita Donovan, Bucks County Courier Times (PA), April 22, 2005

“Kimilee Bryant, in the lighter role of Zerlina, showed an apt comic bent snd the silvery voice of the romantic lead as she slyly placated her jealous Masetto…”
Anita Donovan , The Times , Trenton, NJ, April 17, 2005

“Kimilee Bryant displays a lovely alto (?) on ‘Time Heals Everything’ from Mack & Mabel. Top Notch Cast.”
Bill DeYoung ,Treasure Coast Newspapers (Vero Beach, FL),
October 24, 2004

“..talented cast that holds the audience’s attention. Kimilee Bryant as Betty Yearn, and Albert Insinnia as the detective who interrogates Betty for her son’s murder, show notable range. Their scenes together aptly bookend the show, and their chemistry and versatility serve as the framework.”
Amy Rhodes, Show Business Weekly, February 2004

“Bryant …also displays an extraordinary vocal instrument. Her striking soprano at times seems to vibrate the entire building”.
Marcus Crowder, Sacramento Bee, August 5, 2004

“ ‘Poor Wandering one’, exquisitely rendered by coloratura soprano… Kimilee Bryant as Mabel”
Ann Hicks, The Greenville News, January 30, 2003

As Josephine in H.M.S. PINAFORE at City Center:
“Easy to hear and lovely to look at, Kimilee Bryant…”
Peter G. Davis in The New York Magazine , January 21, 2002

in Handel’s Messiah  at John Jay’s Theatre in NYC

“Kimilee Bryant was lovely in ‘Come unto Him.’ ”

James Ostreich, in The New York Times, December 14, 1999

As Sally Talley in Talley’s Folly

“Warm, strong-at-times, weak at-times,human all the time-someone we can love and understand at every turn of the play. The fact that she’s beautifully pleasing to the eye is just one more bonus to the audience.

Ann Hicks in The Greenville News,  May, 1999

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