...it is Sarah Soeteart – a feisty Helen Burger – who is the real star of the show...She belts show-stopping tunes in traditional Miller fashion, and even boasts a convincing American accent
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Sarah Soetaert as Helen Burger, Miller’s wife is deliciously perfect in the role. Her vocals are stunning as is her acting.
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Sarah Soetaert has a wonderful voice and her rendition of ‘Moonlight Serenade’ and ‘At Last’ are two of the show’s highlights.
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Particular mention needs to go to Sarah Soetaert as Helen Burger who gave an accomplished performance opposite Steele. She showed off her rich, powerful alto and exemplary vocal technique with a gorgeous rendition of At Last.
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Sarah Soetaert is smart and sassy as Miller’s wife Helen Burger...she’s got a beautiful voice, immaculate timing and cuts a trim figure on the dance floor.
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Soetaert gave a splendid performance, managing to bill and coo divinely...a fabulous voice, totally authentic to the era
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Soetaert’s voice wowed, with numbers such as ‘At Last’ highlighting a soulful and beautiful vocal ability.
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Sarah Soetaert, as Helen Miller née Burger, is faultless and sings beautifully.
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Sarah Soetaert plays Helen Miller, Glenn Miller’s wife and she is a very talented performer who gives an exemplary all round performance. Expect to see a lot more from Sarah in the future.
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the beautiful Sarah Soetaert as Helen...has a strong voice with a rich clarity to her singing.
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Resistance is futile when presented with the shimmering charms of a supporting cast that also includes the luxury casting of ravishing Chicago alumni Sarah Soetaert as Elsa Schraeder
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When it came to sophistication none did it better that Sarah Soetaert whose finely understated Countess Elsa Schraeder hit its mark right in the centre.
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Sarah Soetaert was glamour and femininity personified as Elsa Schraeder
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cast members all deliver strong performances and add to the overall ambience – particularly Sarah Soetaert, who plays the part of the glamorous and wealthy Elsa Schraeder with a delightful mixture of coquetteness and candor.
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millionairess Elsa, admirably played by Sarah Soetaert, having particular flow, beauty and elegance.
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it’s Sarah Soetaert as crafty little fake-ingenue, Roxie, who steals the show. In ‘We Both Reached For The Gun’, the witty press conference number in which Flynn manipulates her like a ventriloquist’s dummy, she’s a fantastic cartoon sexpot: flopping about on his lap like a blow-up doll and lisping her dubious claims as innocently as Tweetie Pie.
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Richard Jones ensures that all looks good on the big stage but leaves lots of space for a talented team of dancers who do a great job, well choreographed by Stephen Mear, after Jerome Robbins. He is lucky enough to have Belgian ballerina, Miss Soetaert on hand. She is a lovely ballerina who performs with surprising sensitivity for a Coney Island showgirl and repeatedly wows her audience with solos.
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I saw Sarah Soetaert play the role excellently in the West End, and she truly deserves a move to Broadway, since she captured the essence of Roxie perfectly
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Sarah Soetaert is superb as Roxie Hart, as together with a beautiful singing voice, she captivates the audience with the wide range of emotions of her character
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She is a very talented young lady who needs to go far. She stands out in whatever she does, an amazing singer, a beautiful dancer and a wonderful actress!
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