Bullets Over Broadway

"Stratton is an actress to watch. Her Helen drapes herself into languid poses across every backdrop and speaks in a voice throbbing with emotion as she blasts David with her charms..."

-Lost Angeles Times

 Stratton is a scene-stealer with a long elegant frame, which she sensuously transforms from slender and statuesque to mosquito-like in her seduction of the hapless playwright."

-The Hollywood Reporter

"Emma Stratton's riveting, larger-than-life sizzle as the ravishing Helen Sinclair -- who effortlessly stole every scene with her charismatic elegance and resplendent presence." 

-AXS Dayton News

"Emma Stratton is superb. (My advice? Catch her now, as you'll no doubt see this rising star headlining the next generation of Broadway hits.)"

-Cleveland Onstage

Anything Goes

"Emma Stratton is pitch perfect and delivers a highly nuanced performance - she is broad, brassy and dynamic, but never overplayed. Stratton proves herself more than up to the task of carrying the weight of such a monumental role and is equally adept at all the "threats" -- her vocal, dramatic and dance abilities are stellar... she is definitely a "one to watch" and I have high expectations of a major career ahead."

-Broadway World

"The real star of Anything Goes is Emma Stratton... Stratton is remarkable leading the cast through extensive tap numbers, balancing comedy with promiscuity, and embodying the style and feel of the 30's. Stratton embodies that time period and successfully leads the cast as the perfect SS American headliner. She never misses a beat whether she is alongside Billy in "You're The Top", bringing laughs in "Friendship", or leading the ensemble in a 9-minute tap number in "Anything Goes." 


"Emma Stratton is fantastic as Reno Sweeney... Her ability to dominate the stage with fabulous singing, dancing, and acting will have you glued to her every move."

-Broadway World

"Emma Stratton was electrifying... her dynamic voice and boundless energy lit up the stage. In fact, Stratton seemed to elevate the performaces of her fellow actors when she joined them in song, dance, and dialogue."

-Hays Daily News