​Suzanne Sole appeared opposite Patti LuPone in Annie Get Your Gun at Ravinia Festival in Chicago directed by Lonny Price, and Musical Director Paul Gemignani.

“Suzanne was a sultry rival to Annie as Dolly Tate”

— John Olson, Talkin’ Broadway

“Among the outstanding supporting cast were Chicago actors…and adding to the fun, Suzanne Sole as tarty troublemaker Dolly Tate.”

— Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times

“Suzanne Sole nearly stole the show as the scheming Dolly Tate”

— Bob Bullen, Chicago Theatre Addic

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​Sole played the role of Muriel Eubanks in the National Tour of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, directed by Phil McKinley, choreographed by Vince Pesce.

“The best moments in the production come from the supporting characters. Suzanne Sole enters picking her teeth, a woman of uncouth, cheery wealth with a pleasing sensuality and a voice that pierces the fog.”

— Lisa Bornstein, Rocky Mountain News

“Suzanne Sole has the chops to sail her character across the orchestra pit.”

— Bill Hirschman, Sun Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale

“This touring company pulls off one electric pairing: Suzanne Sole as Muriel Eubanks, one of Jameson’s victims, and Jeff Essex as Andre Thibault, the local lawman who aids Jameson’s cons. When the two allow a spark of attraction to play out as a full-on sexual conflagration, the afterglow scene becomes a comic gem.”

— Christine Dolen, The Miami Herald

“Suzanne Sole shines in the part of Muriel, a loud-mouthed but hysterical heiress.”

— Alec Harvey, The Birmingham News

Suzanne was recently on tour with the comedy SPANK! The Fifty Shades Parody. Here’s what what the people are saying…

 

“Suzanne Sole, playing the cheap and dirty E.B. Janet, unfolded the story, while her husband, Barry, was away with the kids. Sole was uber-talented. She sold the story better than an agent with a 20 percent cut. Slurping down wine while her fingers glided across the keyboard, she was a marvel of expression, a master of double takes.”

– Bruce Miller / Sioux City Journal

“As for Spank! any show that begins with an oversexed housewife belting out a ballad of ‘carnal longing’ set to Kander and Ebb’s Mein Herr from Cabaret cannot possibly be all bad. This is the self-described ‘wife, mother and kickass senior account manager’ Janet, a fictionalized version of James played by comically gifted Suzanne Sole. Sole is wonderful throughout.”

– Colin Dabkowski / The Buffalo News

“Although [the cast] are fantastic, Sole stole the show. Her portrayal of a housewife determined she could write was hilarious. She trampled the stage in red heels, drank Chardonnay, and interacted with her characters and the audience simultaneously. As the crowd got more excited, occasionally someone would shout something such as, “he’s hot!” out loud. She seamlessly reacted to it in her dialogue, which made me wish it happened more often.”

– CantonRep.com

“Even though we are learning their love story and most of the interaction takes place between them [the characters], Sole is really the star of the show. As the narrator, she feeds off the crowd’s energy and even when in the background, her comedic, lewd gestures are hysterical!”

– Leah Rocci,  Broadway World

“The key that brings the comedy into play along with the sexual fantasy and over-the-top expression is Suzanne Sole who plays E.B. Janet, writing this story over the period of a weekend. Sole is brilliant on stage as the storyteller bridging each scene together as an under-sexed married mother who brings her fantasies to life through her keyboard and glass of wine.”

– Sheri M. Bleuler McKee / NewOrleansLocal.com