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EVITA at TPAC/Studio Tenn

Lynne performs easily the night’s best performance with the stunning “Another Suitcase In Another Hall”. Having seen Lynne as Louise in Studio Tenn’s Gypsy, I knew she’d be wonderful, but brilliant, owning the night with just one tune? Who knew?

—Jonathan Pinkerton, Nashville Arts Critic

Lynne delivers one of the evening’s unexpected treasures with the delicate “Another Suitcase in Another Hall.”

—Amy Stumpfl, The Tennessean

Lynne delivers a beautiful and haunting rendition of "Another Suitcase in Another Hall," makes an indelible impression upon the audience and delivers on the promise we've seen in her in earlier productions with Studio Tenn.

—Jeffrey Ellis, Broadwayworld.com

GYPSY at Studio Tenn

Lynne’s talent for vocals (readily apparent in the poignant “Little Lamb” forward), acting and movement as well as the hard work I’m sure she’s put in make it look easy and that’s the mark of a terrific performance; among other moments her transition from awkward to assured in “The Strip” sequence is artfully accomplished.

—Evans Donnell, Nashville Arts Critic

Lynne's performance evolves over the course of the play, elegantly representing Louise's growth as a woman and as an entertainer. Lynne's revealing (no pun intended) performance of Gypsy Rose Lee's rise to stardom is intelligently performed, telegraphing her character's eventual embrace of her talents and the resulting power of her onstage abilities with grace and wit.

—Jeffrey Ellis, Broadwayworld.com

Mia Rose Lynne impresses as Louise. Her transformation from awkward adolescent to the shrewdly sophisticated star of burlesque is not only believable, but feels almost inescapable. Her take on “Let Me Entertain You” is a sizzling highlight, but it’s her final, hard-won embrace with Rose that is most devastating.

—Amy Stumpfl, The Tennessean

GRINCH at The Grand Ole Opry, Big League Productions

...ample support from the good folks of Whoville, including the always-reliable Mia Rose Lynne as Mama Who.

—Amy Stumpfl, The Tennessean

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