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NATALIE GOODMAN

THE FULTON THEATRE

"Isom plays Natalie as a perfectionist...Her rendition of "Superboy and the Invisible Girl" beautifully captures her impressions of the family dynamics. 

-R. Meherenberg, BWW

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PEGGY SAWYER

SUMMER LYRIC THEATRE

"The show stars Abigail Isom, making her Summer Lyric debut as the ingenue Peggy Sawyer...Isom is adorable as the befuddled kid pulled from the chorus line...She brings a lovely voice to the role and kicks up her heels with stunning brilliance.

-T.P. Mahne, Nola.com

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"The show’s story is of the “small-town girl makes it big” variety, centering on Peggy Sawyer (played with youthful verve by Abigail Isom)...This production allows plenty of space for the hoofers to show their stuff...there's the big finale, “Forty-Second Street,” which features an impressively expressive tap duet between Isom and Harvey."

-B. Rhines, The New Orleans Advocate

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HAIRSPRAY

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PENNY PINGLETON

THEATRE ASPEN

"The standouts in the young ensemble are a charismatic Stephen Scott Wormley as Seaweed, star of "Negro Day" on "The Corny Collins Show," and Abigail Isom as his over-eager love interest and Tracy's bestie Penny." 

-A. Travers, Aspen Times

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MILLIE

OTTERBEIN UNIVERSITY

“Millie (an incandescent Abigail Isom), determined to be a "modern woman," sets out to land a rich husband...and instead ends up tangled with charming, feckless Jimmy.”

-Margaret Quamme, The Columbus Dispatch

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SEUSSICAL

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JOJO

THE MUNY

“St. Louisan Abigail Isom is an explosive force as the indomitable Jojo, displaying considerable range in singing and dancing as well as the fierce, individual determination of a lass who can get in trouble with her ‘thinks.’”

-Mark Bretz, Ladue News

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Abigail Isom is excellent in the role of JoJo, and greatly impresses with her first song, ‘It’s Possible.’”

-Christopher Reilly, Alive Magazine

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ANNIE

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STAR-TO-BE

THE MUNY

“There’s also a classy tribute by The Muny to its most previous incarnation of Annie, Abigail Isom, who charms the audience as the Star-to-Be in the rousing N.Y.C. number. Don’t be afraid to admit you love Annie. You’re in good company, especially for a production as likable as this one.”

-Mark Bretz, Ladue News

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