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Craig sustains her tender portrayal of the faithful Tanya as the poor girl advances from artless innocent to sorrowing widow without blurring a single soprano note.”

Variety, By Marilyn Stasio, Review: The Black Monk

Ms. Craig has a powerful voice.”

The New York Times, By Jason Zinoman

Review: The Black Monk

Julie Craig gives Maria a lovely arc from naive, sheltered teen to wise young woman, with her crystal clear soprano delivering earnestness and sincerity.”

The Boston Globe, By Terry Byrne

Review: West Side Story

“What separates Munby’s ‘Dog in the Manger’ from the volumes of other mixed-up romances of yore is the magnitude of inspiration. It’s evident in so many facets of the production: the use of a troubadour soprano (Julie Craig) to create a haunting interior soundtrack of lovers’ insecurity...”

The Washington Post, By Peter Marks

Review: The Dog in the Manger

"Then, when Julie Craig begins to sing, dazzling sounds burst forth. She is a songbird with a voice of great clarity of tone and array of emotions. Colmer and Craig are both triple threats (acting, singing, dancing) and imbue Anita and Maria with tremendous magnetic power. As sweet and charming as Maria is at the start, she evolves through grief to bitterness and rage and Craig pulls it off with aplomb."
BroadwayWorld.com, by Nancy Grossman

Review: West Side Story

Cover, The Sondheim Review

Barrington Stage Company’s production of West Side Story, celebrating the anniversary of the original Broadway opening

“...brings emotion to every note she sings.”
The Record

But it is the entrance of Julie Craig in the role of Maria that gives this production its real lift.”
WAMC Northeast Public Radio

Craig is the light at the center of the show...with a vulnerable openness that would almost be heartbreaking were it not so spontaneous...As for Craig's singing, well, perhaps that's how angels might sound.”
The North Adams Transcript

In a performance that is charmingly and poignantly defined and developed, Julie Craig's Maria is...positively luminous.”

The Berkshire Eagle