"Nu.Ance really has a knack for casting it's actors as well, as everyone in this show is amazing. Judith Feingold as Catherine, Gene Pope as Robert, Whitney St. Ours as Claire, and Kyle Begley as Hal really made this a wonderful experience. I would gladly review any show in which this cast made an appearance...In short, this show is an absolute triumph." - Broadway World Review of Proof, by Kristen Morale
"James and St. Ours are well-cast as two strangers -thrust together for ratings- who may or may not have actual feelings for each other." - Theatre is Easy Review of What's in Your Fridge, by Dan Dinero
"...Anna and Robert exemplifythepictureofinsanity... Anna (WhitneySt. Ours) has an emotional breakdown from Robert’s suicide, she discovers she can control time... and proceeds to freak out even more (fantasticactingonSt.Ours’part, herreactionswereequalpartsnaturalandridiculouslyhilarious)."- NY Theater Guide Review of You Don't Matter, by Kristin Loughran
"The tone dramatically shifts to Anna (Whitney St. Ours) and Robert (Corneilus Franklin), who just hit the six year mark in their relationship...it is evidentthatthesetwoloveeachotherdeeply...(kudostoSt. Ours and Franklin on their genuineportrayals) yet botharesomewhatdepressedindividualswhocannotseemtogetoutoftheirownway." - Theater is Easy Review , You Don't Matter,by Sydney Arndt "The performances are equally watchful... Whitney St. Ours makes a striking impression as a possibly mentally challenged victim who cheerfully, trustingly, goes to her doom." - DC Theatre Scene Review of The Glory of Living , by Jayne Blanchard
"Keep your eyes on the hookers... and Cora (WhitneySt. Ours) provide great vibrant characters among the throng of depression... even with repetitive lines... they deliver them with commitmentandconviction making them engagingandexcitingtowatch..." - MD Theatre Guide review of The Iceman Cometh, by Amanda Gunther "Many performances were noteworthy...including...the female characters played with happy carnality by Anne Shoemaker, Dierdre McAllister, and Whitney St. Ours." - Project Muse review of The Iceman Cometh, by Robert Combs
"...Performances of note include a fiesty Whitney St. Ours as Vicky..."- Theater is Easy review of Last Night at The Carmine, by Anthony Minino
"Some made their time on stage well worth-while. Leading the bunch was...wing woman Vicky played by Whitney St. Ours."- Theater In The Now review of Last Night at the Carmine, by Michael Block
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