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BRINGS FANNY BRICE TO FABULOUS LIFE!

"Watching Kimberly cavort around the stage in Fabulous Fanny, you do get the sense of being thrust back in time. She is as nimble and rubber-faced as Brice in her prime, executing a montage of physical numbers like "Sadie Salome" and "I'm an Indian" with gleeful ease and tossing off joke after joke. It's more than a cabaret in that Greenberg gives you a complete story arc to follow, radiating with such warm, homey intimacy that even newcomers to Brice's canon will leave feeling like experts."

"Something magical happens when an actor inhabits a historical figure as peerlessly as Kimberly does Fanny - The undertaking creates a third character who exists between reality and fantasy, a person based not on what we recall from life or movies, but someone who lives fully in the short space built onstage for the hour or so we learn about her. In Fabulous Fanny, the discoveries are as suprising as they are touching."

"In fact, until true time travel becomes possible, Kimberly's act is the closet modern audiences will ever come to seeing Fanny is person."

HUFFINGTON POST

"Displaying a chesty vocal delivery well up to the challenge of replicating Brice's legendary long final notes and a supple physique capable of conjuring a bevy of auxiliary characters (including several gentlemen suitors), aided only by an eight-foot pink feather boa and half a size XX overcoat, with further assistance provided by pianoman Christopher McGovern for this performance, Greenberg's 'Second Hand Rose' persona commands the stage to embrace her virtual audience like a big warm hug."

TOTAL THEATRE/THEATRE IN CHICAGO

"Captures her essence and spirit in this one-woman show."

AROUND THE TOWN CHICAGO

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"Greenberg is electrifying in her portrayal as the late Funny Girl herself."

RYE THE NEWS GUY

"From her comedic timing to her powerful vocals, Kimberly embodies Fanny Brice like no one else before her! With the revival of "Funny Girl" coming to Broadway, casting directors should take notice of Kimberly's performance here. Do yourself a favor, buy a ticket"

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