REVIEWS!

 
Austen reportedly said, before writing the novel, “I am going to take a heroine whom no one but myself will much like.” But it’s hard not to like Tyler’s Emma.
— Kerry Reid, Chicago Tribune
photo cred:  Jackie Jasperson

photo cred: Jackie Jasperson

Miss Woodhouse, brought sprightfully and delightfully to life by Emma Sipora Tyler. Tyler infuses her character with both joie de vivre and reckless self-confidence.
— Harold Jaffe, Picture This Post
photo cred:  Jackie Jasperson

photo cred: Jackie Jasperson

Emma Sipora Tyler is excellent and expressive as Emma Woodhouse.
— Karen Topham, Chicago On Stage
photo cred:  Jackie Jasperson

photo cred: Jackie Jasperson

As Emma Woodhouse, [Tyler] is everything Jane Austen describes in her novel: handsome, clever and rich. And she’s a constant, a graceful and articulate catalyst, who provokes and inspires the rest of the characters
— Colin Douglas, Chicago Theatre Reviews
 

Other past notable news:

 

The last show I worked on—Firebrand Theatre Company’s Caroline, or Change—was featured in the New York Times! Click on the picture above to see the full article.

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I just graduated from The Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University with Summa Cum Laude Honors!