"While everyone brings his or her A-game, Kat Bramley can’t help but to steal the show. Bramley plays Brooke in Noises Off and Vicki in Nothing On, both the epitome of the ditzy, attractive actress stereotype. Bramley is better known for her dramatic turns in the Ohio University theater department productions, whether it’s as Rosalind in As You Like It or as Masago in Rashomon. But she made her comedic abilities known from the very first moment she walked on stage with the energized intonation and giant gestures similar to that of a TV game show model. Her funniest moments are as Vicki when she explains how she was left in a cupboard “in the dark!” and when she musters up the ability to yell out her last line, “What’s that, dad?!” It is a sidesplitting performance, comparable to that of Lesley Ann Warren as Miss Scarlet in Clue."
“Kat Bramley continues to glide across the stage with perfection, visually beautiful as Broadway bound Nora who is capable of making her own decision about dropping out of high school.”
“The part of Viola is splendidly played by Kat Bramley, and caused me to wonder where she’s been hiding all season. Bramley is perfect in the role of the gender-bending Viola (Cesario), drawing hearty and well-deserved laughs as she struggles to keep her secret even as she is thrust into precarious circumstances.”
“Kat Bramley delivers Viola’s angst and Cesario’s love speeches with sincerity and earnestness”
“The characters of Rosalind and Orlando, played by Kat Bramley and Mbali Guliwe respectively, are witty, fun and full of energy, as are the cast's performances. Bramley especially captures the giddy qualities of a young woman finding love at first sight.”
“Kat Bramley as Rosalind carries the show and is simply spectacular as the protagonist. She speaks clearly, has an impeccable range of emotions and is the star of the production. “
“Kat Bramley very capably plays Masago, the central woman to the story, as she makes you feel so strongly for her as she recounts her perspective.”