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“Dazzling audiences with her talent, energy, sincerity and humor… a perfectly crafted cabaret that sent the audience into a frenzy.”

Broadway World

“Kicking off with ‘Beautiful’ (Carole King) the husky, sexy, rich mezzo of this rock goddess of the stage, Jessica Vosk, launched the programme, and the series, with a confident flourish…this Jewish-Polish singing actress is the epitome of what American musical theatre is all about. Listen to her sing the Gershwin’s, ‘Someone To Watch Over Me’, and you’ll find out: technique here is all that it should be, could be, but it never – ever – gets to upstage the story, mood or sentiment. As ever, key here is the endlessly varied colouring of the vowel sounds, where the emotional expression is at its most compelling – from the purest, most exquisitely supported, most glowingly round tones, through little catches of vibrato and in and out of almost dangerously exposed diphthongs.”

BritishTheatre.com

“However, despite the strength of the rest of the cast, the foremost reason to see this production is Vosk…Her performance as Elphaba is layered, heartfelt, and funny, and, even though I’ve seen the show twice before, Vosk brought to life smaller character moments that I’ve never noticed in previous viewings.

However, as is likely true with all Elphabas, actresses in the legendary green role are mostly measured by their voices, and with all due respect to Idina Menzel, Shoshana Bean, Stephanie J. Block, Dee Roscioli, Jackie Burns, Lindsay Mendez, et al., Vosk just might be the best of all.”

Broadway World (Wicked Tour Review)

“Her powerhouse and pristine vocals aside, the true achievement here is Vosk’s ability to switch musical genres effortlessly, engaging each song with a new vocal attack that is completely truthful to its musical style.”

Playbill

“Jessica Vosk, as the ghost of Lazar Wolf’s first wife, Fruma-Sarah, is a knockout, making a magnificent entrance…”

Opera News

Jessica Vosk is a celebrated singer and actress known for stirring roles on the musical theater and concert stage. Vosk will make her Carnegie Hall debut in November 2021 in a solo show titled “My Golden Age.” Other upcoming concert debuts include London’s Cadogan Hall in 2022. Before the infamous shutdown, she starred as the Narrator in the 50th anniversary of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Lincoln Center. She also created the role of Aunt Val in the world premiere of Becoming Nancy, directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell. Before that, Vosk finished an acclaimed run as Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway, having played the role for two years. Vosk starred in New York City Ballet’s Jerome Robbins tribute Something to Dance About, directed by Warren Carlyle, and re-created the role of Fruma Sarah in the most recent Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof. Other Broadway credits include Finding Neverland and The Bridges of Madison County. She starred as Anita in West Side Story with the San Francisco Symphony; the recording of the concert was nominated for a Grammy. Her debut, Billboard-charting solo album Wild and Free was released in 2018 and was followed by 2020’s A Very Coco Christmas.