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In Once:

"Standouts in supporting roles would have to be Ginna Doyle as Reza, bringing the sexy and spunky attitude to the the stage..."

-Nick Bailey, Black Texas

In Valer

Ginna received a "Best Supporting Actor" nomination at the SheNYC Festival Awards

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Stay tuned for Ginna's debut album Winter 2020!

Wishing you and yours good health during this difficult time

In Soul Doctor:

"A wonderfully fluid ensemble tells it with vibrant, loving energy. There are too many actors to praise all of them by name but...Ginna Doyle, a lost junkie who’s too tender for this cruel world, broke my heart."

--Eric Tauber, San Diego Jewish World

"The 17-member ensemble is nothing short of amazing — many of them quadruple talents: actors/singers/dancers/musicians. Particular standouts are violinist Ginna Doyle..."

--Pat Launer, Times of San Diego

"Ruth (Ginna Doyle, mellifluous voice) a "groupie" who falls in love with Shlomo suffers rejection, and ultimately acceptance in some gentle scenes."

--Jenni Prisk, Scene

In Jericho:

 

"Just as [Audra] McDonald walked off with the honors as Julie’s friend Carrie in the last Broadway revival of Carousel, Ginna Doyle is most believable as the friend here called Mary...Vivacious and sparkling, Doyle lights up the stage every time she appears"

--Victor Gluck, Theaterscene.net 

"Mary (a wonderful, warmly funny performance by Ginna Doyle)"

--Jon Sobel, Blogcritics.org

"Mary, whose humor conveyed by Ginna Doyle cutely evokes the cluelessness of a Reese Witherspoon"

--Deborah Greenhut, Medium.com

"Mary (played with a broadly comic turn by Ginna Doyle)"

--stagebuddy.com 

"Mary, played broadly and inventively by Ginna Doyle"

--frontmezzjunkies.com

In The Wild Party:

"Doyle.. paints a believably heartfelt portrait of lust, angst and grief."

--Daniella Cohen, Yale Daily News