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“The dynamic, big-voiced, red haired star of the Chicago Shakespeare Theater production of the hit musical Ride the Cyclone, and, this past summer, of Bat Boy at Griffin Theatre, the Roosevelt University graduate represents a jolt of fresh energy and exuberance for Chicago theater. Tatreau hails from Cerritos, Calif. She has worked all season long. ‘Any day I get to do a musical is a really great day,’ she says. No kidding. For her audience too.”

- Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

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Praise for Ride the Cyclone in New York

“Ocean O’Connell Rosenberg... played with alpha-girl pep by Tiffany Tatreau, belts out a hilarious pop song in which she alternately sings her own praises …Ms. Tatreau’s hilarious turn regularly dominates the proceedings...”

- Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

“...the terrific Tatreau … is relentlessly focused and consumed by this character. ”

- Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

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Praise for Ride the Cyclone in Chicago

“First to make a case for survival… is Ocean O’Connell Rosenberg, played with delirious perfection by Tiffany Tatreau...Ocean is a hoot throughout…”

- Charles Isherwood, New York Times

“...it’s still a stirring and immensely talented ensemble, led by the guilelessly manipulative Tatreau (who is terrific)... ”

- Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

“Tiffany Tatreau is perfection”

- Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun Times

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Praise for Mamma Mia! at Marriott Theatre

“Rockwell’s No. 1 asset in this production is Tiffany Tatreau, who might just be the spunkiest Sophie Sheridan of all time. Her red hair is far removed from the original Swedish look-alike casting trope, Tatreau has the perfect pop voice for this material, along with all the requisite charm and vulnerability.”

- Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

“This gifted young lady lends a sincerity and freshness to the role which makes us truly care about her. And, as demonstrated in Marriott’s “Sister Act” and CST’s “Ride the Cyclone,” this actress can sing and dance with the best of them. ”

- Colin Douglas, Chicago Theatre Review