Roy Sander, “Bistro Awards”

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“I’ve long been a fan of Stacy Sullivan, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen her quite so free-spirited, so radiantly in love with performing. To complete the picture, Stacy Sullivan possesses the musicianship and vocal chops to do both Peggy Lee and the material justice.

Sullivan delivers an exquisitely delicate reading of Meredith Wilson’s ‘Till There Was You,’ and her brooding, introspective rendition of ‘Johnny Guitar’ is superb.
Another level on which the evening works is theatrical, i.e., as a show. One aspect of this dimension is the evening’s high entertainment quotient- an accomplishment that took a high degree of imagination to conceive and interpretive skill to pull off. Thinking back on the show as I’m writing this has made me yearn to see it again. What a wonderful thing to be able to say.”

Roy Sander, “Bistro Awards”