A Chorus Line
Maltz Jupiter Theatre
January 17, 2014
Florida Theater On Stage: Maltz's A Chorus Line Is Flawless Fresh Take on Classic Musical by Bill Hirschman
"As always, Jennifer Byrne's Sheila is all defensive acidity, but she exposes deep wounds and vulnerability in the gorgeous rendition of "At The Ballet"..."
Ocean State Theatre Company
Theatre Mirror: "What Happened in Boston, Willie", "Lombardi" A Minority Report by Tony Annicone
"Jennifer Byrne plays Marie, Lombardi's faithful and feisty wife from New Jersey. Jennifer makes Marie into a formidable woman who shouldn't be trifled with and all the football players go to her when the Coach rides them too hard. She captures what makes this woman tick and how she is able to handle her larger than life husband... Jennifer and Robert have terrific chemistry together especially in their bickering scenes and a couple of poignant loving moments, too."
November 9, 2013
Live Theater in Massachusetts and Rhode Island: Lombardi at Ocean State Theatre Company by Richard Pacheco
"Byrne is winning as Marie, a woman of great patience, loyalty and stick-to-itiveness. She is poised and restrained in the role, a woman who survives and loves with all her heart. It is very convincing."
November 9, 2013
BWW Reviews: OSTC's LOMBARDI Offers a Terrific, Timely Glimpse Into America's Favorite Game by Robert Barossi
"His equal is Jennifer Byrne as Lombardi's wife, Marie. Their marriage is at the play's center and it's a fascinating story, more fascinating at times than the tales of the gridiron. Byrne is great as Marie, believably living the frustrations that come along with being the wife of a football coach."
Merry Go Round Playhouse
June 28, 2013
The Citizen: auburnpub.com, Theatre Review: 'Legally Blonde' is a Perfect 10 by David Wilcox
"And as Brooke Wyndham, a fitness mogul and accused murderer whom Callahan and his students must defend, Jennifer Byrne is terrific comedic support. But she's not just that — Byrne also anchors the show's most impressive dance number, "Whipped Into Shape," which climaxes with Byrne belting as she jumps rope at maniacal speed."
June 27, 2013
The Post Standard: Syracuse.com, Breezy "Legally Blonde" Brings Smiles to Merry-Go-Round Playhouse by Len Fonte
"Jennifer Byrne scores as a TV fitness instructor and potential murderess."
freeFall Theatre Company
March 19, 2013
Tampa Bay Times, Review: Freefall's 'Bernarda Alba' ultimately doesn't work by John Fleming
“Jennifer Byrne is an elegant, dark-eyed presence as Angustias, the intended of Pepe el Romano, a local lothario who is never seen but haunts the women."
March 22, 2013
Creative Loafing Tampa, Stomp and Circumstance by Julie Garisto
“Jennifer Byrne turns in a moving performance as the sensible but scarred eldest daughter, Angustias, who is blatantly courted for her wealth."
freeFall Theatre Company
September 19, 2012
Tampa Bay Times, Despite changes behind curtain, show goes on at Freefall Theatre by John Fleming
"Byrne brings down the house with a ravishing rendition of Maybe This Time"
September 23, 2012
The Sherlock Holmes Reviews: Cabaret
"Yet no less intriguing was the role of Sally Bowles, performed delightfully by Ms. Jennifer Byrne, whose role started lightly and continued to gain steam the whole show until it literally exploded in the namesake final song and stunned all of us with a set of pipes that even cruise ships would be most envious of."
The 39 Steps
Theatre By the Sea
September 11, 2011
Broadway World.com, BWW Reviews: THE 39 STEPS at Theatre By The Sea by Randy Rice
“But this is Hitchcock: Enter the beautiful damsel in distress (Jennifer Byrne - who is a terrific vaudeville-style vamp in her many roles) running from murderers who may or may not also be policemen.”
Rocky Horror Show
Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma
October 16, 2008
The Norman Transcript, Demos leaving Lyric with kinky farewell gift: musical ‘the Rocky Horror Show” by Johnnie-Margaret McConnell
“One final cast note: Jennifer Byrne is magnetic as Columbia. Her long lanky body is well played adding sensuality to an otherwise manipulative game of sex.”
Evil Dead the Musical
New World Stages
pitofhorror.com, Interview with Christopher Bond
“Ash’s girlfriend Linda is played by funny lady Jennifer Byrne”
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Carousel Dinner Theatre
March 8, 2006
Cleveland – Arts & Entertainment, Seven’s Deadly Sins by Christine Howey
“The highlight in the case is Jennifer Byrne, who gives Milly a strong backbone and a powerful vocal presence.”
It’s Karate, Kid! the Musical
Teatro La Tea
December 10, 2004
The New York Times, The Martial Arts Need Showtunes, Too by Neil Genzlinger
“Jennifer Byrne… an astoundingly debasing performance”
December 4, 2004
New York Cool, Review by Jessica Cogan
“drunken crack whore perfection”
Legally Blonde - Syracuse New Times
Legally Blonde - The Citizen: auburnpub.com
Cabaret - The Tampa Bay Observer
Cabaret - The Art Whisperer
The 39 Steps - Theatre By the Sea
Sophisticated Ladies - Newsday.com
Sophisticated Ladies – Dan’s Papers
Love, NY – Broadway World (Cast announcement)
Rocky Horror – Broadway World
Evil Dead – Newsday (Additional review)
It’s Karate Kid the Musical – 2005 NYIT Nominee Announcement
Gypsy – Arts and Living (Feature Article)
Gypsy – Lighting by Marcia Madeira (Additional pictures!)
Jennifer Byrne – Tony Lovers
Jennifer Byrne – Broadway World