REVIEWS

Belfast Girls

Oregon Arts Watch

"Because there are just five characters and nearly every scene takes place inside their dorm on the Inchinnan, it is important that every actor carries her weight and rises to the occasion – and Whelan has assembled a cast fully capable of doing that and more...Groben brings a sweet innocence to Molly that you will root for and believe in, just as Judith does." Read the full review by clicking here.

 

Dennis Sparks Review

"The whole cast is first-rate, one of the best ensembles I’ve seen!" Read the full review by clicking here.

 

Reborning

 

Oregon Arts Watch

"Kelly [Tiffany Groben] joins the growing ranks of gifted-but-troubled leading women alongside Marvel’s Jessica Jones..."

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Play

 

PQ Monthly Review

"Rosalind’s [Groben] progression from social outcast to child actress to druggie starlet compels.
Groben communicates both the wide-eyed innocence of youth and dead-eyed allure of glamour
with magnetic aplomb."

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Willamette Week Review

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Oregon Arts Watch Review

"Grace’s daughter Rosalind (Tiffany Groben) undergoes an entire life cycle over the play’s

intermissionless 80-odd minutes...The characters stumble, under Flan’s arbitrary hand, through

episodes ludicrous and touching, comical and tragic, drunken and sober, furtive and open; and at some

point the enthusiasm of the process gives way to something more wearing and heavier for the play’s

creator to bear."

"It’s an exceptionally strong cast"

"Ferocious"

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Ramona Quimby

True Parent Review

"The rest of the cast are similarly impressive, in particular Rick Huddle as unemployed dad, Bob Quimby, and Tiffany Groben as the buoyant Aunt Bea."

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Portland Stage Review

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Koin News 6

"For a solid hour and five minutes, every child in the theater was hanging on every word."

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Play (Fertile Ground 2015)

Oregonian Review 

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The Tempest

Dennis Sparks Review 

"The rest of the cast is super and even the Muses/Sailors/Ensemble (Curtis, Hillier & Groben) are very accomplished actors themselves". 

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Oregonian Review

“The stars are aligned and the talent flows in this glowing production.”

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Oregon Arts Watch Review

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SubUrbia

Portland Theatre Scene

"Tiffany Groben as the unforgettable Sooze". 

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"Sooze’s soaring liberated woman speech alone is worth the price of admission. Pure joy. And heavy sadness".

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Willamette Week Reviews 

"Breaking the gloom is Sooze (Tiffany Groben)"

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Richard III

Willamette Week Review 

"This production, unlike the Wars of the Roses, was planned, executed and won from the beginning."

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Dennis Sparks Review 

"All the cast is outstanding."

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Macbeth

                                               Dennis Sparks Review

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