---The 39 Steps---Sierra Repertory Theatre---

 

The Modesto Bee

“Laura Cable nearly steals the show as three young women who cross his path. First, she is a mysterious Eastern European spy who looks a bit like Greta Garbo, then she is a smart, no-nonsense blonde and finally she is a country girl haplessly married to a much older man."

Road to 1,000

“Our one female stands out as the most versatile performer on stage.  Cable’s ability to play a brunette, blonde, and red head in one show and give completely different personalities to them while still honoring the British humor genre is a credit to her training and theatrical awareness.”

 

---Mary Poppins--- Westchester Broadway Theatre---

CitizeNetReporter

"Feed the Birds a song in this musical to promote kindness features the haunting voice of Laura Cable as the Bird Woman, dueting with Ms. Blackman.  Ms. Cable’s scene with Ms. Blackman, like most scenes in this show is the magic that theatre is for and the only place where you see magic happen before your eyes."

 

---August: Osage County--- White Plains Performing Arts Center---

The Examiner

“The performances turned in by the trio of actresses portraying the three adult daughters in the family are also top notch, which make the clashes, power shifts and character transformations that drive the play engrossing, believable and gripping... Suzy Kimball, as the middle daughter, Ivy, and Laura Cable, as the youngest, Karen, also offer star turns as two women trying to escape into romantic relationships that ultimately bring them face to face with realities they- and anyone- would hope to never have to face.”

 

---Cats National Tour--- Troika Productions---

The People's Critic

“In Act II a very articulate (and understandable) Laura Cable plays Jellylorum, the cat who sings the lovely introduction to ‘Gus, the Theatre Cat’.”

Honolulu Pulse

“Bronson N. Murphy (Asparagus/Growltiger) and Laura Cable (Jellylorum/Griddlebone) are sweet and poignant in ‘Gus: The Theatre Cat,’ Then broadly comical as the stars of ‘Growltiger’s Last Stand,’ a parody of opera and 19th-century melodramas.”

The Examiner

“During a thoroughly entertaining evening replete with numerous significant solo and ensemble performances, several are worthy of special praise. They included those of: Laura Cable as Jellylorum and also Griddlebone singing an Italian aria with Murphy in the ‘Growltiger’s Last Stand’.”

 

---The Sound of Music--- Cabrillo Music Theater--- 

Stage Scene LA

“Michael G. Hawkins and Laura Cable furnish dandy support as the acerbic duo.”

Grigware Critic's Pick

“Laura Cable, Elsa Schraeder, envelops her sophistication and sings beautifully.”

 

---Damn Yankees National Tour--- New Lola Productions--- 

March 19, 2012- News Press Now!

“Cable’s powerful, moving vocals...”

February 3, 2012- Naples News

“Taylor and Laura Cable (Meg) share good chemistry and make the most of their scenes together, particularly ‘A Man Doesn't Know’ and ‘Near to You’."

 

---Guys and Dolls--- Westchester Broadway Theatre---

Times Herald-Record

“Laura Cable lends authority and humanity to General Cartwright who comes to close down the mission.”