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A Chorus Line Reviews
"Aisling Halpin is perfection as the straight shooting, physically enhanced Val. Val's Crass dialogue juxtaposed to Halpin's overly sweet delivery provides some of the brightest moments of the play"
- (Justin Cowan) Broadwayworld.com
"Halpin's song 'Dance: Ten; Looks: Three' was show-stopping in both its lyrical and comedic power."
- (C.B. Goldsmoth) El Paso Times
"Aisling Halpin (Val) was a knockout in the infamous 'Dance: Ten; Looks: Three (Tits and Ass)'"
- (Matthew Reddin) Thirdcoastdigest.com
"Aisling Halpin as Roxie Hart commanded the stage with a strong presence and vocals that filled the theater. Halpin was continually sexy, even as she tried to hide it behind moping expressions and the fake repentance on the witness stand".- Encore Michigan (Bridgette M. Redman)
"Aisling Halpin truly turns Roxie into a star -- the wide-eyed ambition in her eyes and the sass in her moves make for a killer combination"- The Battlecreek Enquirer ( Kat Chamberlain)
Peter and the Starcatcher Reviews
Little Women Reviews
Initially the youngest Amy (Aisling Halpin), a drop-dead beauty, comes off the worst as a selfish prig, but by the second act she is the one to essay the greatest turn in character.- Syracuse New Times
"the entire cast does well by the material, notably Shahinian as Jo and Halpin as Amy".- The Post Standard (Joan Vadeboncoeur )