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“Directed by Sabra Jones, Mirror’s Producing Artistic Director, [Mockingbird] was dramatic with dimensional and truly touching performances. The result was a great story well told.” 
Jim Lowe, Times Argus

“As [To Kill a Mockingbird] unfolded— from the children’s excellent performances to the outstanding seasoned adults— the audience was held captive… Producing Artistic Director Sabra Jones’ bold, uncanny twists added a deeper dimension to the familiar play.”
June Pichel Cook, Hardwick Gazette 

“I particularly wish to commend Sabra Jones for her thoughtful direction of To Kill a Mockingbird… We are so lucky to have such high quality theater in Greensboro!” 
Stephanie Ayers Cravedi, Professor

“The three plays, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “Sinners,” and “Annie Get Your Gun,” just stunned me. That was great work… Performances of GAAR’s quality must be encouraged and preserved. I’m coming again.” 
William Katz

“Deeply compelling… The most powerful theater in Vermont.”
Jim Lowe, Times Argus

“Directed by Producing Artistic Director Sabra Jones, [Tony Nominee and GAAR Artist-in-Residence] Marla Schaffel brought Emily Dickinson to life in GAAR’s production of “The Belle of Amherst”… This was the last performance of the Greensboro Arts Alliance and Residency/Mirror’s wonderful summer season.”
David K. Rodgers, Hardwick Gazette

“If you missed it, you missed out. Last Wednesday Night [The Opera Spectacular] was a night to remember. The Greensboro Arts Alliance made their debut in Opera. . . here’s hoping there is more to come!”
Marina Kelly

“The Sowles Award Gala was a feast of talented performers.” 
June Pichel Cook, Hardwick Gazett

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“For an evening of pure fun, good music, and great humor, ‘Annie Get Your Gun’ hits the bull’s eye…. The Greensboro Arts Alliance and Residency’s production is a winner.” 
June Pichel Cook, Hardwick Gazette

“[With Annie Get Your Gun & The Season] The Greensboro Arts Alliance and Residency is creating a new arts world in Greensboro, bringing local talent together with seasoned professionals for the greater community.” 
Jim Lowe, Times Argus

“Sinners is an artistic masterpiece.” 
June Pichel Cook, Hardwick Gazette

“Grand Opera came to the Green in the First Annual Opera Spectacular of the Greensboro Arts Alliance and Residency… We sincerely hope this kind of opera program will continue next year as part of the Greensboro Arts Alliance and Residency’s summer events.” 
David K. Rodgers, Hardwick Gazette

“Sleeping Beauty is an enchanting and not to be missed children’s production… charming, professional caliber performance. Enthusiasm and energy positively bubbles from the very young and practice-perfect cast.”
Helen Twiss

“A tour de force of of dance, music, and song was on stage at the Greensboro Arts Alliance and Residency’s Kids’ Musical Theater Training Camp performance of Sleeping Beauty. The young thespians filled the Tent on the Green with the passion and professionalism of a mature troupe…. The play is performed beautifully a great show. The music, dance, vocal and theatrical transpose the audience to a magical place.” 
June Pichel Cook, Hardwick Gazette

“Absolutely delightful… Unusually successful… Great acting and singing… Choreography was effervescent and imaginative…There is nothing like a good song and dance musical, and this one was particularly good.” 
Jim Lowe, Times Argus