REVIEWS & TESTIMONIALS
Sophie is a joy to work with-a formidable talent and a lovely person.
Sophie is a fabulous singer with very good acting and dance skills. She has a delightfully warm and engaging personality and a strong work ethic. I loved working with her
Sophie is an absolute delight to work with. She has a strong professional work ethic, combined with an engaging and warm personality. Sophie is an incredibly talented performer, with exceptional vocals, strong acting , and very good dance and movement skills. A wonderful cast member and performer.
I've worked with Sophie in both music theatre and cabaret and she is always a delight. Her excellent musicianship and gorgeous voice stand her in good stead for tackling the most demanding vocal challenges.
Sophie is a terrific singing actor, she can do very funny as well as very touching. She's a great team member.
Sophie Weiss brings vocal warmth and control to the role of Beth, Frank’s first wife, and her rendition of Not A Day Goes By is moving, while the number, Bobbie and Jackie and Jack, her trio with Gardner and Brooks, is a clownish highlight.
Kate Herbert. Herald Sun
Sophie Weiss sings Not a Day Goes By like Bernadette Peters would, with emotion, accuracy and perfect pitch.
Chris Boyd. The Australian
Sophie Weiss hits the right notes as the spurned first wife.
As Frank’s first wife Beth, Sophie Weiss has to sing a climactic song, the searing ballad “Not A Day Goes By,” as soon as she steps on stage. Versatile actress Weiss takes this challenge easily in her stride, instantly bringing out the tender vulnerability in the wounded young woman, and then later showing the trust and good humour Beth enjoyed before she was so badly hurt.
Simon Parris, Man in Chair
Sophie Weiss sweetly conveys the tenderness and vulnerability that differentiates Georgie from some of the more outspoken local women. Weiss is charged with opening the show on stage alone, a task she handles with instantly engaging good will.
Simon Parris. Man in Chair
The MVP of the night was Sophie Weiss as the love-to-hate Jan. Weiss WAS Jan. Every nuance, every word uttered; Jan. Her reactions to the constant Jan-bashing were priceless and her performance was just generally a real joy to watch.
Krystal Holzer. Theatre People
Sophie Weiss is sensational as poor, put-upon Jennifer, Jane, Jan, the girl who can do no right. In contrast with her simpering character, Weiss has a fantastic singing voice and can really belt a tune.
Simon Parris. Man in Chair
Sophie Weiss (Jan) is just fabulous and very funny throughout, managing to mask just how beautiful she actually is.
Coral Drouyn. Stage Whispers