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Ashley Kay Armstrong was a bouncy and effulgent teenage Olga
— Maria Nockin, Broadway World
As she should, Ashley Kay Armstrong, in the title role, rules.
— Deanna Isaacs, Chicago Reader
The standout singer here is Armstrong, who wraps her velvety voice around Lucrezia’s sexy aria most charmingly, making us root for the wily wife who gets what she wants in the end, amorously as well as financially.
— John von Rhein Chicago Tribune
Ashley Kay Armstrong was aptly cast as Lucrezia, her charismatic presence and light flexible soprano making mincemeat out of the male schemers.

Ashley Armstrong delivered “At the Last Lousy Moments of Love” with comic flair and apt disillusionment.
— Lawrence A. Johnson, Chicago Classical Review
We also got to especially revel in Ashley Kay Armstrong, first feeling her star power that she brought to her performance in the title role of the LUCREZIA operetta that followed. While all the cast did a more than adequate job, both Armstrong’s role and performance made her the standout.
— Amy Munice, Picture This Post
Ashley Armstrong lights up the stage whenever her Feisty Meg takes center Stage
— Dianna Nollen, The Gazette
A Powerhouse Mezzo
— Hillary Kurtz, The Fairfield Weekly Reader