“In the role of Princess Winnifred, Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld has enormous appeal, and she can belt out a tune with the best.”
-The Brooklyn Paper
“The Princess in this version, although she begs to differ is definitely no shrinking violet but instead is one of the feistiest heroines to ever grace the stage. She was originally played on Broadway in 1950's by the brilliant Carol Burnett making her Broadway debut. In the Gallery Players production of the show, Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld is more than fit to carry on in Ms. Burnett’s shoes. Her take on the role is both charming and hilarious.”
-Says Me Says Mom
ALY IN ONCE UPON A MATTRESS
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ALY IN SEUSSICAL
“Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld is outstanding as Gertrude...”
"I just saw a lovely production [of Seussical] a couple of weeks ago at the Gallery Players in Brooklyn. It had that sense of play that we always had in that first reading and in the workshop."
-Stephen Flaherty, Playbill interview
-BroadwayWorld.com Photo Flash #SIP Feature
ALY IN A NEW BRAIN
“Providing a grounding presence is Rhoda, Gordon’s coworker with whom he is having lunch when he collapses. Portrayed by the marvelous Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld, Rhoda is calm, caring and put-together. Rosenfeld’s singing voice is bright and clear, and the fluidity of movement she shows playing a marionette version of her character in a dream sequence is nothing short of extraordinary.”
ALY IN VANICHI MAGAZINE