"Gets the vivacity and voice of Fanny Brice"
"It’s to the credit of the actress Kimberly Faye Greenberg and the writer-director-arranger Chip Deffaa — with help from the passing decades — that the solo show “One Night With Fanny Brice” ducks the formidably long shadow of Barbra Streisand and “Funny Girl,” the 1964 Broadway musical about Brice, the vaudevillian, Ziegfeld performer, comedian and radio star. "
"Kimberly Faye Greenberg unveils the vulnerability often hidden beneath the funny girl façade. "
" ...She delivers her songs in a similar wide vibrato and a lusty belt, has a tenacious tap dance technique, and tosses out quips with offhand charm. "
"Kimberly Faye Greenberg takes on the larger than life role and dominates the stage the entire evening. Fanny certainly wasn't shy - and neither is Ms. Greenberg - hitting all the highs and lows of Fanny's life in this musical walk down memory lane. "
Warm, Sassy Diva in "One Night With Fanny Brice"
"To portray the life of legendary musical theater performer Fanny Brice on stage requires confidence and nerve, as well as talent.
Not to worry — Kimberly Faye Greenberg is up to the task. She's sassy, lively and animated in the solo show, "One Night With Fanny Brice,"
Greenberg is close in appearance to Brice, with a similarly warm stage presence, mobile face, natural comedic talent and expressive way of singing. She artfully creates her own persona of Brice, a more down-to-earth, realistic depiction of a woman who was a determined, insecure, but irrepressible and unstoppable force of nature.
-Associated Press (AP)
“...the closest proximity most of us will ever have to the incomparable Fanny Brice.”
-Nite Life Exchange
“The engaging Kimberly Faye Greenberg channels legendary Ziegfield Follies Singer, Fanny Brice.”
- The Advocate
"Dynamic solo performer Kimberly Faye Greenberg... looks remarkably like Brice and does a solid vocal impersonation while adding touches of her own. Equally impressive is her skill at storytelling."
-Show Business Weekly
“Miss Greenberg is charming and engaging as Fanny”
-Times Square Chronicles