Chicago Tribune, Kerry Reid, September 22, 2011
“…… and Carolyn Brady Riley’s Ms. Pennywise (the brassy matron of the public urinal) are standouts.”
Wednesday Journal (Oak Park, IL), Doug Deuchler, September 20, 2011
“Tough-as-nails Penny Pennywise (Carolyn Brady Riley) collects all the fees. Riley is a standout with her song, ‘It's a Privilege to Pee’ ".
Chicago Sun Times, Hedy Weiss, November 17, 2006.
“The large, fresh-faced cast .......... they do full justice to the score when they band together under Carolyn Brady Riley's musical direction. “
Daily Herald, Barbara Vitello, November 17, 2006
"........when they came together for numbers like "Meet Me in St. Louis;" the cheery period tune "Skip to My Lou" and the splendid, wonderfully staged "Trolley Song," the cast sounded glorious. Kudos to music director Carolyn Brady Riley