"Two of the show’s most moving numbers are ably showcased by Aili Venho. She gets the top song – “What I Did For Love” – and demonstrates her considerable promise as an up-and-coming actress."
"Of the two women, my favorite was “Feminist” Aili Venho, whose alto voice and commanding stage presence help carry her big solo numbers: 'I Am Woman,' 'Don’t Cry Out Loud' and 'Your Song.'"
"One of those numbers — the most chill-inducing of the show, in fact — comes from Aili Venho as Diana Morales. The audience is first introduced to Venho's pipes on the marvelous song "Nothing," but she really soars on 'What I Did for Love.'"
"…'Feminist' sidekick is played by Aili Venho, who has a beautiful voice with a wide range and gorgeously sings "I Am Woman." Together, the girls really shine in "Lady Marmalade," showing off some eye-catching dance moves."
"…and "Don't Cry Outloud" sung by Venho with such vulnerability yet strength."
"But the news of this production is the duo of Aili Venho and Allicia Lawson, who, as Charity’s fellow “dancers” Helene and Nickie, own everything and refuse to apologize. Their songs burst with big, belty harmonies, and their scenes feel more authentic than anything else that’s happening."
"Allicia Lawson and Aili Venho are fun as the more cynical dance-hall girls..."
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