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How To Succeed...


Olney Theatre Center; Olney, MD

“It’s the minor players that really succeed in carrying a lot of this lengthy musical to success. Smitty (Aileen Goldberg), Mr. Bratt (George Dvorsky), and Mr. Twimble (Harry A. Winter) are three prime examples of this fact… Goldberg, as the sarcastic and slightly pessimistic Smitty is a riot with her one-liners that are sprinkled throughout the production. Hearing her rendition of “Coffee Break,” a duo with Bud Frump (Dan Van Why), gives the audience a renewed burst of comedy… Goldberg really gets a chance to display her character in “Been a Long Day,” the song she narrates with charismatic comic charm.”[Amanda Gunther, Feb. 2, 2014]

Sweeney Todd


City Theatre Company, Wilmington, DE

"Aileen Goldberg is persuasive as both actress and singer playing the key role of the mad beggar woman." [Tom Butler, Dec. 5, 2009]

"Aileen Goldberg is heart-wrenching as the beggar woman, who has been reduced to insanity by life's cruelties." [Jessica Graae, Dec. 12, 2009]

“The Beggar Woman (Aileen Goldberg) portrays the over-the-top, deranged character with emotion and energy. Due to the confined nature of the venue, she is directly in our faces. We look in her eyes and know something is wrong with her mental makeup.” [Greer Firestone, Dec. 14, 2009]

Sleeping Beauty


Storybook Musical Theatre, Melrose Park, PA

"Aileen Goldberg as Joycelyn the good fairy and Vanessa Sterling as her evil fairy sister Evileen both stole any scene they were in with their over-the-top performances that the characters demanded. Goldberg’s perky but somewhat ditzy performance brought a lot of giggles from the audience" [Beth Vasil, Philly Review, Jan. 3, 2018]

Cole Porter's The Pirate


Prince Music Theatre, Philadelphia, PA

“There are charms to be found in the supporting performances … As the secondary couple, James T. Lane and Aileen Goldberg give a lot of spark to "I've a Strange New Rhythm in My Heart," briefly showing just how good a romantic duet can be when the boy and girl seem to actually enjoy each other's company.”  [Tim Dunleavy, Talkin' Broadway 2007 ]

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