News What's happening. . .

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Previously at Walt Disney World, I was "raising the roof" in the longest continually-running musical in American theatre history -- Disney's Hoop-Dee-Doo Revue at Pioneer Hall!

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I also could be seen "swimming" in the big blue world of Finding Nemo: The Musical at Theatre in the Wild...

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You can still catch me on tour with Let's Hang On USA as a soloist!

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Reviews What's the buzz. . .

Young Frankenstein -

"McKay stands out with a note-worthy singing voice. How many times have you heard full-out yodeling on the McCarthy Arts Center Stage?" --Brent Hallenbeck, Burlington Free Press

Irving Berlin's I Love a Piano -

"Ashley McKay is tall and blonde and lovely, and delivers a lovely rendition of 'Alexander's Ragtime Band." 

--Lee Davis, The South Hampton Press

 

"Gateway has assembled a personable, attractive, talented cast of six to perform Berlin's songs: Ryan Lammer, Jody Madaras, Kristin Maloney, Ashley McKay, Deborah Tranelli and Christopher Vettel, all directed and choreographed by Bob Durkin." --Anita Gates, The New York Times

Little Shop of Horrors -

"Ashley McKay will absolutely break your heart with her portrayal of Audrey, the tragic heroine, and her rendition of 'Somewhere That's Green'." --Todd Davison, artistic director of Maples Repertory Theatre

Nunsense -

"[Ashley] is a triple threat, which is hard to find anywhere." --Todd Dellinger, TexARTS

 

". . .a standout, the lovely and graceful Ashley McKay, as Sister Leo." --NowPlayingAustin.com, TexARTS

 

"McKay's dancing is fun to watch, and yes, ballet performed in a nun's habit is funny."

--Eric Crump, The Marshall Democrat News, Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre

 

"Ashley McKay, as Sister Mary Leo, knows her point and defiantly stands on it. She is a joy to watch when she deances the balletic 'Dying Nun' - delightfully on pointe." --Joseph Gordon, Gilbert Theatre Examiner, Broadway Palm West

 

". . .the performers are hysterical in their own idiosyncratic roles. Ashley McKay's slyly star struck Sister Mary Leo [. . .] rounds out the excellent performances." --Chris Curcio, CurtainUpPhoenix.com, Broadway Palm West