Hide / Seek

NEW YORK:

Michelle is an insanely talented actress who played the role of Sherry better than I could have ever imagined. I am forever grateful for sharing this experience with her. Any director would be lucky to work with her.
- MATT NEWTON
Founder of MN Acting Studio & Director of Hide/Seek

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CHICAGO:

Michelle Vezilj, who plays the fictional character based on the young blank-slate adventurer of the book, is the best performer of the trio
- CHICAGO TRIBUNE
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Vezilj is an attractive redhead who deftly wills herself dumber than dumb. Her best moment (…) is when she sings a twist on “I Know Things Now,” Little Red Riding Hood’s song from the Stephen Sondheim musical, “Into the Woods”
- CHICAGO SUN TIMES
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The acting is excellent. Michelle Vezilj’s (Tasha) interactions with Barker, Moerlin and the audience have a girl-next-door sweetness.  Vezilj’s demeanor continually sets up the bawdy to be even funnier
- CHICAGO THEATRE BEAT
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Michelle Vezilj imbues the weak heroine, Tasha Woode, with some extra necessary spark and snark
- STAGE AND CINEMA
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The cast here is good. Michelle Vezilj and Drew Moerlein also impressed me with their comedic instincts
- SPLASH MAGAZINE
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BOSTON:

Vezilj also hits many right notes as the blank slate of a girl who allows herself to fall into an adventurous physical relationship
- NEW ENGLAND THEATRE GEEK
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HOUSTON:

Michelle Vezilj's Tasha Woode is delightfully perky and naïve. The character is hilariously out of touch with reality, ensuring that Michelle Vezilj's Tasha elicits a multitude of hearty guffaws all night long. Her comedic rendition and parodied lyrics for Stephen Sondheim's "I Know Things Now" from INTO THE WOODS showcased her beautiful voice and was one of my absolute favorite moments from the performance
- BROADWAY WORLD
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SAN FRANCISCO:

Goggle-eyed Michelle Vezilj is the Stepford virgin Tasha, who meets the filthy rich and sexually dominant hero, falls under his spell and signs a lengthy S-and-M deal. "Fifty Shades," as the show observes, is almost as much about contract law as it is about sex. Talk about a turn-on. Vezilj pays several visits to the front rows of the house. In one of them on Thursday, she had a woman play a doctor, then asked her how big an item it might be safe to use as a sex toy. When the amateur doc indicated a thing the size of a cat, Vezilj let out a mighty meow. Or as she put it more explicitly: "Me. Ow."
- THE CHRONICLE
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