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Michael Marinaccio, Festival Producer, Orlando International Fringe Festival...“Blood Sisters is among the most marketable, well-written, well produced, and exciting original works I’ve seen in my 16 years with Orlando Fringe. It would not surprise me to see this show go on to huge success for many years to come.”


Matt Palm, Orlando Sentinel Theater Critic… “What makes this show stand out is the way that story is told, specifically the highly polished musical numbers. These songs, by Malikah Harris, Jacquelyn Graham, Frank Liberti and Keith Wilson, are slick and seductive. The women sing in tight harmony as if En Vogue has shimmied up on the stage. Yet the slickness enhances rather than detracts from the emotions of the story…But watch these ladies dance, listen to them sing. There is something real happening on the stage.”


Carl F. Gause, Arkiculture Digest,“The music merges all the classic black styles from blues to soul and gospel and adds a few new ones like neosoul and beats, fusing a solid and up lifting musical out of the raw material. I give points to the writing team of Harris and Graham, they’ve created a tight, interesting musical environment that lets these women show there feminine strengths…Energy, hope, and faith – all are here, and all keep your fingers tapping and you attention engaged.”