PRODUCTION SHOTS & CLIPS
Julie Rhodes as Mary Poppins in "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" from "Mary Poppins"
I Don't Know How to Love Him
Notably hilarious was the scene where we see an abridged version of all three nights of the run of "A Streetcar Named Desire". Helene (Rhodes) gets increasingly desperate to woo her leading man both offstage and on and the rest of the cast improvises to balance her erratically different performances.
- Broadway World, from Who Am I This Time? at Circle Theatre
Julie Rhodes as Elmire was flawless. Rhodes nailed the annoyed character with her eye rolls and huffs and puffs. She also kept up the dignity of her character with her aghast looks and perfect posture. Rhodes personified her character with grace and dignity and never faltered.
- Angela Newby, Associate Critic for John Garcia's THE COLUMN
Rhodes does a great job with some of the toughest emotional moments in the show.
- Jan Farrington, Theater Jones
The performances are strong, with Rhodes and Stubblefield notable in their complexity.
- Mark Lowry, Star-Telegram
Where Manning is successful in creating an unlikeable villain in Krogstad and Rhodes a sympathetic (and uncharacteristically charismatic) spinster in Mrs. Linde, the real bonus is their chemistry. Having seen the Torvald/Nora relationship destruct under the weight of it’s own falsity, it’s particularly felicitous to have the burgeoning Linde/Krogstad relationship seem so solid.
- David Novinski, TheaterJones
The soulful rendition of “What Child Is This” by Clanton and Julie Rhodes, who plays young Julie’s mom and Santa’s No. 1 Elf, is one of the highlights.
- Maricar Estrella, Star Telegram
Rhodes plays her role with perpetually sad eyes and an appropriately tepid, reserved demeanor.
- Punch Shaw, Fort Worth Star Telegram