It’s Sarah Soetaert as crafty little fake-ingenue, Roxie, who steals the show.
...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
Sarah Soetaert as Helen Burger, Miller’s wife is deliciously perfect in the role. Her vocals are stunning as is her acting.
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
Sarah Soetaert has a wonderful voice and her rendition of ‘Moonlight Serenade’ and ‘At Last’ are two of the show’s highlights.
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.
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.
Soetaert gave a splendid performance, managing to bill and coo divinely...a fabulous voice, totally authentic to the era
Soetaert’s voice wowed, with numbers such as ‘At Last’ highlighting a soulful and beautiful vocal ability.
Sarah Soetaert, as Helen Miller née Burger, is faultless and sings beautifully.
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.
the beautiful Sarah Soetaert as Helen...has a strong voice with a rich clarity to her singing.
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
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.
Sarah Soetaert was glamour and femininity personified as Elsa Schraeder
millionairess Elsa, admirably played by Sarah Soetaert, having particular flow, beauty and elegance.
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.
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.
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!
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
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.