"Angie Louise is a singer, songwriter, actress and comedienne with fearsome chops... Uber-belter vocals and commanding presence... 'Now that the record's released, I get to go back to writing songs,' says Louise. That's good news for those who'd like to run away with her circus again, ASAP."
- City Arts Magazine / Read the whole article here
"Irresistible... Louise's lyrics are satirical, sexy, and sad... Intoxicating theatricality... Sets whole audiences to dreaming of running away with this deliciously dark carnival."
- Seattle Magazine / Read the whole article here
"Beauty Factory is a sometimes rousing, sometimes haunting collection... sung by Ms. Louise in her best throaty belting style... A perfect inside look at our desires to remodel ourselves... Some of Louise's best lyrics ever... Louise and her bandmates are unique among talents in Seattle."
- Seattle Gay Scene / Read the whole piece here
"Let me tell you this: Angie Louise! The rambunctious redhead is a fun and engaging front-woman indeed, and one of my most endeared Seattle performers (She sings! She writes! She theaters and she films!)... A sultry cabaret rhythm and a revolutionary’s hankering to take down the system."
- JetSpace Magazine / Read the whole piece here
"With her rich voice and comedic flair, Louise walks away with the show... Louise is a dynamic actor, handling comedy and near-tragedy with equal dexterity."
- Seattle Times
"Angie Louise shines brightly with a strong belt, comedic chops that rival the greats, and wonderful dramatic timing."
"Louise is technically and stylistically adept, and sings from a sense of each song's character... Terrific tune(s)... Powerful, even on the first hearing."
- The SunBreak
"Louise is sensational... Shows an emotional range most performers shy away from... Her instrument takes flight and you are mesmerized by her presence."
- Seattle Gay News
"The always amazing Angie Louise... Ironic... Haunting... Louise is an alto belter of some renown, and her compositions more than hold their own with the big names."
- David Hughes, TalkinBroadway
"A performance full of madness, determination, and just the right touch of diva... Louise brought down the house... The comic charm of a Carol Burnett, the devilishness of a Ruth Buzzi, and the soprano belt of a Carolee Carmello... Mesmerizing work."
- Robbie Wachs, TalkinBroadway
"Louise attacks with gusto and panache, displaying perfect comedic timing... Smashing."
- Morgan LaVere, TalkinBroadway
"A powerhouse vocalist... A terrific belter voice with comedy chops to match."
- Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"Exuberantly realized by Angie Louise, (who) brings goosebumps to even the shyest theatregoer."
- TheatrePort (Houston)
"I now worship at the altar of Angie Louise."
"Louise scores big, garnering huge laughs."
- Backstage West (Critic's Choice Award, Best Actress in a Musical for Carnival)
"Superb... A locomotive script... Funny, assured and swift... Louise is captivating."
- The Stranger
"Writer Louise has a very interesting style, ironic and idealistic... A keen, clear satirical eye... A clever, comic delight... Brave and ballsy... Thoughtful anarchy... Wonderful insights... Sometimes, something so original comes along that it takes you aback... Hats off to Angie Louise."
"A truly creative script by Angie Louise."
"Comedy that deals mercilessly and entertainingly with American bigotry and power."
- Moviestar Magazine (Germany)
"Divine comedy... Kudos to writer Angie Louise."
"Funny and deep... Louise’s script is daring and dark.”
"Full of vivid twists of vision... A brilliant facility as a storyteller."
- Laurence Lieberman, poet
"Capable of great emotional power... An altogether searching, thoughtful imagination."
- Michael Van Walleghen, poet