"Scarr is phenomenally well-voiced and reassuringly in control of the comedy that her character provides. "
"Carrie Pipperidge - a most endearing and effervescent Rachael Scarr,
we want more of her, please."
"Carrie Pipperidge - as played by the delightful Rachael Scarr - is an ebullient counterbalance
[to Bruce's Julie]. Her inherent silliness stands in stark relief with Julie's solemnity, which not only makes Scarr's performance that much funnier, but Bruce's that much more endearing
"David Eggers re-creates the original direction and choreography by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall, which the company delivers with effervescent élan. One remarkable aspect of the show is its testament to the deep bench of talent emerging from American musical theater programs. This is a non-Equity production, but the performers, backed by lavish sets, costumes and a small but terrific band, directed by Charlie Reuter, are first-rate...Kudos, too, to Rachael Scarr, the scene-stealing bride with the soaring voice..."
"Rachael Scarr sparkles..."
Huntington Beach Independent
"Like comedies of this ilk, the secondary characters take a majority of the laughs. At almost every moment, Rachael Scarr steals the scene she is in. Her solo song number “Delishious” gets the biggest reaction in the First Act and is almost worth the price of admission alone. Every moment she is on the stage is magical and she gives a performance that should be noticed by casting directors."
"Scarr is also hilarious, playing her role as airheaded rich girl to a perfect tee. She is particularly delightful during her rendition of 'Delishious,' which is one of the show's best song and dance numbers."
"Scarr's renditions of 'You're a Queer One, Julie Jordan' and 'Mister Snow' set a tone early in the show that assures the audience that they will be well taken care of by this cast.
"Also in this production were some great actors including...Rachael Scarr as Eileen Evergreen. They proved that they have the chops to sing some of the more challenging Gershwin songs as well."
"'Delishious,' delectably sung by Rachael Scarr..."
Twin Cities Daily Planet