March 1, 2016

"From the second she arrives at Marie’s flat, it’s clear that Lorraine has no idea how to function in free society — and Ms. Dirksen perfectly captures her barely concealed terror......the performance allows us to see how desperate she is to recreate that scenario in M...

November 18, 2014

"Chloe Dirksen portrays Jean Louise with a beautiful wistful way about her."

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November 13, 2014

"Ms. Dirksen is superb in the role filled with tense emotion that will have you on the verge of tears."

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November 13, 2014

"Adult Jean Louise watches over the proceedings as a sort of Greek chorus, reliving her childhood as an older, wiser spectator. Dirksen’s presence makes To Kill a Mockingbird feel like a memory play in the vein of The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams. It’s a fasc...

November 1, 2014

"Rob DiSario and Chloe Dirksen as the Proctors, who are trying to recover their marriage in the midst of mayhem, give inspired performances. It’s a superior production."

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September 28, 2005

Review of "Come Blow Your Horn" by Neil Simon
Theatre Aquarius - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Halton Arts Review by Danny Gaisin

"Chloe Peterson is the raven-haired stereotypical showgirl... gorgeous and dumb. Her interpretation, mannerisms, and the incredible costumes by...

July 27, 2005

Review of Mary's Wedding by Stephen Massicotte
Lighthouse Festival Theatre - Port Dover, Canada
Hamilton Spectator by Gary Smith


"Chloe Peterson, though, really makes Massicotte's play sing,  A rare and luminous actress, she has a strength and passion that fills the st...

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