As Petra in A Little Night Music
(White Plains Perf. Arts Center)
"As their saucy maid, Petra, Ms. D’Andre is nothing short of enchanting.".....
And the solos — from Penny Fuller’s fully realized version of Desirée’s ironic lament, “Send In the Clowns,” to Laura D’Andre’s forceful rendition of a lesser-known showstopper, “The Miller’s Son” — have all been polished to a high gloss."
- NEW YORK TIMES (SYLVIANE GOLD)
"How delightful and sexy is Petra (Laura D’Andre)?"
- Talk Entertainment (Oscar E Moore)
"Ms. D’Andre makes this song really work. ALNM is her New York
theatrical debut. She’s a recent graduate of UC Irvine with a BA in
drama. Welcome to New York kid, I think you’re going to be around a
long, long time.”
-White Plains CitizenNetReporter (John F. Bailey)
“A strong Laura D'Andre nearly stops the show when, as Anne's maid
Petra, she considers her own wild oats in "The Miller's Son." Katie
Henney more than holds her own in this veteran cast as Desiree's
-THE JOURNAL NEWS (BOB HEISLER)
“Laura D'Andre is lusty as Petra, the maid. My only caveat with this
show -- and has been from day one -- is Petra's song "The Miller's
Son" near the end of the show. Its hedonistic philosophy has already
been trumpeted throughout and the number seems gratuitous and
something of a brake to the show's flow. That said, D'Andre sings it
with humor and intensity.”
-The New Times (Chesley Plemmons)
As Sheila in Hair (Sacramento Music Circus)- Dir. Glen Casale
"Sensational singing dominates the evening with standout turns from leads Oliver Thornton (Claude), Peter Saide (Berger), Laura D’Andre (Sheila) and Bryonha Marie Parham (Dionne). Much of the first act is taken up with clever, tuneful character-driven songs such as Berger’s “Donna,” Claude’s “Manchester, England,” Hud’s “Colored Spade” (by Omari Tau) and Sheila’s aching ballad “Easy to Be Hard.”
-Sacramento Bee (Marcus Crowder)
As Rizzo in Grease in the Broadway National Tour - Kathleen Marshall
"D'Andre makes a bold choice and achieves a fine feat by connecting character, motivation and emotion and makes “There Are Worse Things I Could Do” the most satisfying performance of the evening."
- The Daily Gazette (Matthew G. Moross)
"While the rest of the cast was admirably strong, Laura D'Andre was especially notable in the role of the cranky rebel Rizzo."
- St. Louis Journal(Mathew DeKinder)
As Nancy in Oliver at Harbor Lights Theatre
"A sparkling Laura D’Andre makes ill-fated Nancy the emotional heart of the show in her numerous scenes, including singing the beautiful “As Long As he Needs Me.”
- Arts, Culture and Society, Theater (Jon Sobel)