What are people saying about Emily?

VoyageDenver: Inspiring Stories Series

“I think that my involvement in [the theatre] from such a young age gave me a foundation and an instinct for good storytelling that guides me in everything I do.”

-Emily Van Fleet

As You Like It

Colorado Shakespeare Festival: 2019

“Emily Van Fleet coruscates [As Rosalind].”

“…quick-witted, vulnerable […] fierce when she needs to be, and at all times utterly charming. Van Fleet makes the part entirely her own, and it would be worth seeing the production just for the pleasure of watching her do it.”

King Charles III

Colorado Shakespeare Festival: 2019

“…fine work by Emily Van Fleet as a far-tougher-than-she-looks Catherine”

“…a true Lady Macbeth….”

-Juliet Wittman

Sin St Social Club

Arvada Centerl: 2019

“Emily Van Fleet delivers a delightful portrayal as the flighty but endearing Florie Mae.”

-Lane Ware

2018 True West Award:

Emily Van Fleet

“Each year we put out a call for suggestions from the theatregoing public, and this year no one received more support than versatile actor […] Emily Van Fleet.”

– John Moore, DCPA Theatre Company

Educating Rita

Arvada Center: 2018

An “A-plus performance.”

“…neither stereotype nor symbol. She’s funny, engaging, self-aware.”

-Juliet Wittman

“She embraces this working class hair dresser with gusto and energy. Her Liverpool accent is impeccable and her journey through the perils of education is authentic.”

-Beki Pineda

Sunday In The Park With George

Arvada Center: 2018

“Emily Van Fleet plays Dot with just the right layers of humor and satisfaction. She smartly navigates the show with touches of quirkiness all while maintaining poise.”

“Her depiction of George’s elderly daughter Marie brings out a warm charm, and her voice settles into the articulate lyricism with ease.” 

-Chris Arneson

2017 True West Award:

Emily Van Fleet

“She hit her stride in every area of her work this year,” [Director Lynne] Collins said, “and she works harder than any other actor I know.”

The Wild Party

Denver Center for Performing Arts: 2017

“Emily Van Fleet played Queenie with a shaken and stirring cocktail of verve, boozy defiance, and desperation.”

-Lisa Kennedy

“Van Fleet is tireless and full-throated as Queenie”

-Joanne Ostrow

“even better than the setting is the performances…”

“Each actor makes you feel like you’re an invited guest, drawing you into the action just enough to keep you immersed.”

“The executions are so delectably detailed…”

-Chris Arneson

Bus Stop

Arvada Center: 2017

“Van Fleet’s Cherie is performed magnetically, balancing an endearing disposition with a confused heart.”

-Chris Arneson

The Drowning Girls

The Arvada Center: 2017

“Actresses Kate Gleason, Jessica Robblee and Emily Van Fleet honor their unlucky characters with physically vigorous, witty and wet — very wet– performances.”

-Lisa Kennedy

© Copyright - Emily Van Fleet | Official Website Designed by [TiVoDesigns]