THE REVIEWS ARE IN! "Jessica Grové is a remarkable Eliza Doolittle and this is her musical top to bottom, acting, singing, and having the time of her life.  You can't keep your eyes off of her and her powerhouse performance, whether that is singing her way through a lovely "Wouldn't It Be Loverly"...or tearing through the more dramatic "Show Me", leaving suitor Freddy literally floored." - Ron Baumanis, A2View.com "But Grové is the show’s anchor, and she more than delivers. With clear, gorgeously expressive vocals, she pulls the audience into Eliza’s world, thus making her dreams (“Wouldn’t It Be Loverly”), her breakthrough (“The Rain in Spain,” “I Could Have Danced All Night’) and her frustrations with the world she find herself in (“Show Me,” “Without You”) all the more emotionally palpable."  - Jenn McKee, WeLoveDexter.com   "Jessica Grové is an enchanting Eliza, feisty, determined and yet also a bit vulnerable.  Grové has a rich, commanding voice that always hits the sweet spot on the show stopping "I Could Have Danced All Night," but also finds the wistfulness of "Wouldn't It Be Loverly," the fierce determination of "Just You Wait," and the giddy joy of "The Rain In Spain."  The musical's ambiguous ending has always seemed a bit forced, but the sweet, resigned look on Grové's face makes it a bit more believable." - Hugh Gallagher, Pulp - Arts Around Ann Arbor   

THE REVIEWS ARE IN!

"Jessica Grové is a remarkable Eliza Doolittle and this is her musical top to bottom, acting, singing, and having the time of her life.  You can't keep your eyes off of her and her powerhouse performance, whether that is singing her way through a lovely "Wouldn't It Be Loverly"...or tearing through the more dramatic "Show Me", leaving suitor Freddy literally floored." - Ron Baumanis, A2View.com

"But Grové is the show’s anchor, and she more than delivers. With clear, gorgeously expressive vocals, she pulls the audience into Eliza’s world, thus making her dreams (“Wouldn’t It Be Loverly”), her breakthrough (“The Rain in Spain,” “I Could Have Danced All Night’) and her frustrations with the world she find herself in (“Show Me,” “Without You”) all the more emotionally palpable."  - Jenn McKee, WeLoveDexter.com  

"Jessica Grové is an enchanting Eliza, feisty, determined and yet also a bit vulnerable.  Grové has a rich, commanding voice that always hits the sweet spot on the show stopping "I Could Have Danced All Night," but also finds the wistfulness of "Wouldn't It Be Loverly," the fierce determination of "Just You Wait," and the giddy joy of "The Rain In Spain."  The musical's ambiguous ending has always seemed a bit forced, but the sweet, resigned look on Grové's face makes it a bit more believable." - Hugh Gallagher, Pulp - Arts Around Ann Arbor