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In the Press
Here you will find articles in which Trisha has been mentioned and/or featured for various shows.
Included are: The Studio Theatre's Caroline, or Change, Trisha's reading of 1001, CENTERSTAGE's Once on This Island, her Broadway debut in Little Shop of Horrors, and Harlem School for the Arts' Lysistrata. Click any of the article titles to view the full article on a new page!

Caroline, or Change
There is a separate page on the site of Caroline, or Change review article excerpts.
To visit this page, please click here (a new page will open).

1001 (A reading done at Baltimore's CENTERSTAGE)
Baltimore Backstage March 24, 2006
by Charles Shubow, originally printed on
An excerpt from the article reads:
I [saw] the star of the Center Stage production of “Once on This Island” Trisha Jeffrey in the cast. She was terrific playing two roles [Sheherazade and Dahna]. The entire cast was superb.



'Island' as Sunny as Setting
by Jayne Blanchard from the Washington Times

Trisha is referred to as having "powerhouse" vocals.
Additionally, she is said that she "deftly executes" her dancing.

NOTE: Due to very strict (and costly) copyright rules and regulations, no more excerpts of the article appear on this site. However, to read a little more about Trisha's performance and to read the fantastic review article in full, go here.

by Marc E. Warren, originally printed in The Baltimore Afro-American
Trisha was featured on the front-page of the Arts & Entertainment section of the Baltimore Afro-American January 14-20, 2006 edition for her leading role as Ti Moune in Once on This Island.  Click above to read the FULL ARTICLE!
by Charles Shubow, originally printed on
This article documents a Question and Answer session Trisha and the rest of the cast of Once on This Island had with Baltimore area school children after a special performance for them.


Because there were many different reviews found for Trisha's performance    
as an urchin in Little Shop, click here to view all of them on a new page.   


LYSISTRATA (Harlem School for the Arts production)
by Francine Russo, originally printed in The Village Voice
Trisha was in the ensemble as "Ismenia" as well as the female literal representation of Peace, but she got her praises for her choreography talents.
Ms. Russo says:

The troupe's strength is their dancing, as they roar into sexual overdrive through choreographer Trisha Jeffrey's Afro - Caribbean fertility orgies and South African boot dances. In one sequence, the women ride astride the men triumphantly, waving their arms like rodeo riders. A butt - shaking, foot - stomping line dance ... bursts with infectious rhythm.

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