"Tozzi's quiet determination as she resolves to test Joe to the limits is riveting; it's hard for an actor to cry onstage convincingly, especially in such a small theater, but Tozzi pulls it off."
- Chicago Reader (The Children's Hour)

"Britni is a remarkably gifted performer... I've found her to be thoroughly professional, always prepared and most important - she exceeds my (high) expectations every time. She takes direction superbly and is able to refine, focus or change delivery, physicality or vocal inflection with ease..."
- Stephan Perrault, Founder of Archifilms (LinkedIn Review)

"...The strength of the whole production lies on Tozzi as Karen and Morse as Martha, both of whom knock it out of the park."
- Chicago Theater Beat (The Children's Hour)

"Britni was our model/actor for a national client and she made it a very easy shoot. She has a sparkle and yet she is relatable for the consumer to identify with. Britni is professional and easy to work with and looks great in a photo!"
- Lisa Sciascia, Owner Sciascia Photography, Inc. (LinkedIn Review)

"Britni Tozzi and Whitney Morse portray the teachers' descent from indignation to anguish with clarity and rawness..."
- Time Out Chicago (The Children's Hour)

"Britni Tozzi and Whitney Morse are excellent in the roles of Karen and Martha... Both actresses are natural and articulate... The two are convincing as life-long friends working toward the same goal."
- Chicago Theatre Review (The Children's Hour)

"Blowing the lid off of the power ballads are Kelli LaValle and Britni Tozzi. Tozzi plays bad girl Linda who channels Pat Benetar while giving Robbie Hart the heave ho."
- Chicago Theater Beat (The Wedding Singer)

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