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"Bryonha Marie Parham gives a wrenching display of grief as she sings “My Man’s Gone Now” over her husband’s coffin. " The Hollywood Reporter
"Bryonha Marie Parham brings the house down with the Act I curtain closer, “Cabaret.”"
New York Theatre Guide
"Bryonha Marie Parham delivers memorable performances of both "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man" from Showboat and the title song from Cabaret. In the latter, she conveys a fascinating mixture of defiance and terror that makes us wish we could see a full production with her as Sally Bowles." Theatre Mania
"As the President’s Communications Director, Bryonha Marie Parham brings plenty of pizzazz and steel to her portrayal. She is someone not to mess with; that is clear. When she showed the full range of her operatic soprano while singing Act I’s “Bad Example,” (the difference between what is legal and what is right) that was one special to-be-remembered moment. She just shattered the place with her smooth vocal reach." DC Metro Arts
“Bryonha Marie Parham (The Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess) delivered a rendition of “Summertime” in her silvery soprano that was utterly spellbinding.” The Boston Globe
“Act One climaxes with “And I’m Telling You I’m Not Going,” a soaring number that showcases the vocal talents of Parham (it turned Jennifer Holliday and Jennifer Hudson into stars). But Parham is not content to show off her singing voice. In the course of delivering the song, she digs in to Effie’s character. Parham is indeed a virtuoso singer, but her acting chops are also stunning. When the lights came up at intermission, the woman next to me said, “I’ve heard that song plenty of times before, but it never moved me to tears like that.”” The Boston Globe