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 "At CRT, Chelsea Hooker Nails "Aquarius", the Aspirational opening number."

The Age of Aquarius joyfully returns with ‘Hair’ at Cortland Rep (Review)

Updated: Jun. 11, 2022, 2:29 p.m. | Published: Jun. 09, 2022, 4:26 p.m.

SHout!  The mod musical

 "Chelsea Hooker commanded the stage as the Orange Girl and her sultry voice and lower register made hearts swoon. Her all-powerful woman stance on injustice was a great moment in which women asserted the power! When she told off the voice-over everyone in the audience cheered."


BWW Review: Like An Old Vinyl Record, Or A Jukebox; There Is Something For Everyone With SHOUT:THE MOD MUSICAL at Straz Center For The Performing Arts

by Drew Eberhard Mar. 7, 2020 


"Chelsea Hooker plays a strong, serious, straightforward General Othello, a dominating military presence on the stage, one who trusts her subordinate Iago more than she should, much to her ultimate sorrow. Her descent into a woman driven by jealousy and suspicion may be troubling to the audience, which is exactly as it should be."


Talented cast turns 'Othello' into a woman's story​ and its just as powerful as the original tragedy, maybe even more so

Jim Dunn, BCR News

July 9, 2019


 "Chelsea Hooker as Penelope Pennywise is so incredible onstage that the word "stunning" doesn't even begin to cover it. During her first number, I sat there, my mouth open, knowing I was in the presence of something special. This was a powerhouse performer up there, one of the best of the year anywhere. Queen LatifahPatti LaBelle and Aretha Franklin better take notice. Ms. Hooker is a force of nature on that stage, and I can't wait for future shows where I can see that talent once again shine."

St. Petersburg College Theater Department Offers a Spellbinding URINETOWN: THE MUSICAL

Peter Nason, BroadwayWorld

July 1, 2018  

American Idiot

"You can't mention Johnny without talking about Chelsea Hooker's powerful performance as his love interest, Whatsername, especially during 'Last of the American Girls/She's A Rebel.' This talented young woman has got pipes and dance moves to die for. Oh, and she also plays a beautiful guitar."


Deborah Bostock-Kelley, BroadwayWorld 

April 6, 2018

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