Jessica Frey is a wonderful Lizzy Bennet. She is staunch and serious and straightforward with every line she utters. She is judgmental and strict about it. Her opinions are hard to alter and her opinion of Mr. Darcy takes a long time to shift into romance. Frey handles that alteration with the aplomb of a fine tailor; small, invisible stitches hold the hem of her gown and the bodice of her true feelings with equal strength. When she ultimately finds herself not settling, but settling into a good romance, it is wonderful to watch her face and her body move into a new, long-anticipated personality.
J. Peter Bergman
The Berkshire Edge
Jessica Frey proved an irresistible Lizzy, subtly relating her roller coaster feelings toward Darcy.
The Rutland Herlad
Jessica Frey anchors the cast with a solid performance as the prickly and opinionated Lizzy Bennet.
Berkshire On Stage
Sense & Sensibility
Jessica Frey give[s] life to the Dashwood sister.
The Boston Globe
In contrast with the rationality of Elinor, there’s the sensibility of Jessica Frey’s heart-on-her sleeve Marianne, whose laughter, joys, hopes, heartbreak, and tears flow with compelling abandon.
The Arts Fuse
Bedlam / A.R.T
Frey in particular is absolutely magnetic.
During his investigation, Happy mixes it up with the [...] wisecracking sidekick Petunia (the very funny Jessica Frey).
Time Out NY
Frey has all the elements to be a star.
Jessica Frey and Salty Brine as the main entertainers Petunia and Dusty respectively were truly the heart and soul of the production.
Theater in the Now
Jessica Frey wonderfully plays Petunia with Chicago/Fosse like zest.