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School of Rock Star Jenn Gambatese Shines A Spotlight On Rodgers and Hammerstein - Huffington Post
Earlier this year the actress, singer, wife and mom to two daughters released her first solo album “Jenn Gambatese: Cockeyed Optimist,” which celebrates her extreme love for the legendary Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.
Getting Schooled - Venu Magazine
Gambatese has returned to broadway with a renewed perspective.
School of Rock - Broadway Nosh
Stick It to the Pan! School of Rock's Jenn Gambatese & Kirsten Wyatt Make Buttery Delish Christmas Cookie.
School of Rock’s Jenn Gambatese on Getting Her B’way Mojo Back, Falling in Love at an Oil Change & Why She Became ‘Double-N Jenn' - Show People
The new leading lady of School of Rock sits down to talk about her Broadway winning streak, family life and her new kid-friendly gig.
"Ms. Gambatese's wide-eyed Eliante exudes an innocence that somehow remains unsillied by the more debased antics she's required to engage in."
- THE SCHOOL FOR LIES: Charles Isherwood, New York Times
Putting It Together Musically - The Wall Street Journal
"Ms. Gambatese has a platinum-plated voice and a smile warm enough to sell tickets all by itself, and she plays Annie Oakley with an affecting blend of brassy boldness and unexpected vulnerability. This is the kind of performance on which whole careers are built."
- ANNIE GET YOUR GUN: Terry Teachout, Wall Street Journal
Review: ‘We Have Always Lived in the Castle’ - Variety
"Gambatese beautifully expresses fatefulness and longing, mixed with a touch of madness. Her repeated please to Charles of "come to me" are Phillip Glass intense."
- WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE: Frank Rizzo, Variety
It’s Not Life on the Mississippi, Jean-François Honey - The New York Times
(The cast) understands the difference between knowing exaggeration and crowd-pandering vulgarity, (offering) a spectrum of witty variations on theatrical fossils (like) Jenn Gambatese’s version of the palpitating ingénue."
- IS HE DEAD?: Ben Brantley, The New York Times