"Waters plays the Lady of the Lake, and boy can she sing! The part calls for plenty of comedic timing while hitting a wide range of notes. Ms. Waters shines in her role as the Lady of the Lake. In act two she sings a song Whatever Happened to My Part, lamenting, "I’ve been off stage for far too long." – We couldn’t agree more. We were glad to see her back on stage."

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"The Witch is played by Tasha Waters, who has a powerful voice and wows the audience with every number she performs."

~ Caleb Scales, Talkin' Broadway

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"Sexy, brass and the definition of a Pink Lady, Waters' presence was felt the moment she stepped onto the stage. But she wasn't all about the attitude, Waters was able to dig deep and show the softer side of Rizzo, making her a real standout in the cast."

~ Teresa Ewers, New Mexico Entertainment Magazine

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"Much of the success of this aspect of the show comes from the highly talented Tasha X. Waters as the Lady from the Sea, who excels as both singer and actor. Her first-act number, “Find Your Grail,” is a parody of the inspirational feel-good Broadway song, but is also a brilliant demonstration of her vocal range."

Matthew Yde, Albuquerque Journal

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"Waters' operatic training shines through in the role, giving her Aldonza a larger than life quality that elevates her to the level which Quixote sees in her."

~ Alissa Hall, ArtInNM 

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"Waters [Rizzo] is the top female vocal soloist in the cast."

~ David Steinberg, Review of New Mexico Arts

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"...Tasha Waters brings an emotional depth to the Witch, giving her many more dimensions than the archetypal villain. Her two solos, "Stay With Me," and "Witch's Lament," express her desire to keep her daughter Rapunzel safe, and they tore me open with the kind of heart wrenching, strong emotions that come from watching fearless actors at work."

~ Alissa Hall, ArtInNM

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"Tasha X. Waters is very fine as Aldonza/Dulcinea, with an almost operatic voice and other assets reminiscent of Sophia Loren, who played the part in the 1972 movie."

~ Dean Yannias, Talkin' Broadway

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"Among the outstanding featured players are Darryl Thompson Jr. as the protective Delray [...]; Tasha Waters as Huey’s prejudiced mother, who recognizes that “Change Don’t Come Easy”[...]"

~  Deb Miller, DC Metro Theater Arts

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"Among the other actors, the ones making the biggest impression are: Tim MacAlpine and Bryan Andrew Lambe as the Hatter and March Hare, [...] Tasha X. Waters belting it out as the Queen of Hearts [...]"

~ Dean Yannias, Talkin' Broadway

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"Waters [Lady of the Lake] is a marvel with her over-the-top interpretations of a host of musical styles."

~ David Steinberg, Review of New Mexico Arts

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