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Maryland Theatre Guide Review of The Lieutenant of Inishmore

"Though petite in stature, Erin Wagner is no shrinking violet as Mairead...Wagner is confident, unrelenting and appropriately a little scary as a teenager who shoots cows in the eyes for fun. She vacillates between smitten school girl and ruthless terrorist seamlessly making her evolution the most wickedly satisfying to watch.  Not to mention Wagner’s is the most believable of Irish accents."



DC Metro Theatre Arts Review of The Lieutenant of Inishmore

"The standout performance of the night comes from Erin Wagner as tomboy Mairead, Padraic's unlikely love interest. Wagner’s effortless accent allows her nuanced characterization to take the forefront: a wild-eyed, unpredictable 16 year-old spark plug who is driven to prove herself to Padraic and the INLA at any cost. She creates a mesmerizing portrait of the alternately passionate and cold-hearted youth."



News and Reviews

Baltimore Sun Review of The Lieutenant of Inishmore

"The Lieutenant of Inishmore" is well performed across the board. But Wagner, the sole female character and Padraic's crazy teenage love interest who is infatuated with the INLA, creates particularly fine chemistry in all of her scenes."




DC Metro Theatre Arts "Scene Stealer of the Week"

“Taking on her third role as Doctor Pinch, Erin Wagner has an exaggerated scene at that end of the show that is just laugh-out-loud good and definitely a scene stealer.“

 Review of Women's Studies Part II

"On the third day of Solocom, standouts included Erin Wagner playing history's most infamous women, ranging from Typhoid Mary to Ann Coulter to Eva Braun (revealing Hitler poisoned both of them to avoid a discussion about their relationship)."




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