Abbey Siegworth Actor Gallery

Abbey Siegworth Production Photos

 

The Doctor's Dilemma
dir. Aaron Posner
photos: Carissa Dixon

Siegworth gives a textured performance…Her Jennifer is played less naively than she’s written...
— Journal Sentinel
Abbey Siegworth’s feisty, stylish Jennifer Dubedat…is luminous.
— BroadwayWorld.com


A Midsummer Night's Dream   
dir. Kevin Moriarty / dir. John Sipes    
photos: Karen Almond /  

 
Abbey Siegworth’s Helena is a real discovery.
— Dallas Morning News
 


Tartuffe
dir. Beth Gardiner
photos: Lloyd Mulvey

 
Siegworth is terrific...with her slightly vapid gaze, Valley girl twang and howls of frustration as she tries to follow the action. You have to admire her pluck. Mary may not fully understand what’s going on, but she never gives up trying.
— Front Row Center
 
...utterly zany…
— stagebuddy.com
...wields superb comedic whines…
— New York Theatre Review
...pitch-perfect...
— boyculture.com


Othello
dir. Lenny Banovez
photos: Lloyd Mulvey

Abbey Siegworth…as Cassio is appropriately subtle and sympathetic in her role as betrayed bystander to Iago’s plots. She takes a character who might fade into the background and turns them into a likable hero worth rooting for-or getting teary-eyed over when things go south.
— pride.com


The Two Gentlemen of Verona
dir. Tim Ocel
photos: Zane Williams

Siegworth makes it clear that Silvia sees through (Julia’s) disguise and decides to play the game. It’s a moment of unspoken complicity between the women that makes them both more interesting to watch.
— The Capital Times


Antony and Cleopatra
dir. Kate Buckley
photos: Carissa Dixon

...just remarkable… The juiciest bits come not from the passions of those in charge but from those who hold their robes: admiring, hating, lusting in the Wisconsin air.
— Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune


The Tempest
dir. Kevin Moriarty
photos: Karen Almond / Maddie Grussendorf

Siegworth plays Miranda as the epitome of joyful innocence and exuberant youth.
— criticalrant.com


King Lear
dir. Kevin Moriarty
photos: Karen Almond

Siegworth brings an Uma Thurman look, demeanor and convincing fierceness to her portrayal of Cordelia.
— The Sun Chronicle


Tigers Be Still
dir. Hal Brooks
photos: Karen Almond

...delightfully guileless..., earnest and charming as Sherry. Not since Shirley sang to Laverne about the ant and the rubber tree plant has there been such a powerful Pollyanna, but Siegworth can pull it off.
— Theater Jones


Arsenic and Old Lace
dir. Scott Schwartz
photos: Brandon Thibodeaux

DTC Acting Company’s Abbey Siegworth shines as Mortimer’s spunky, clueless, devoted fiancée.
— criticalrant.com


A Christmas Carol
dir. Matthew Grey / dir. Joel Ferrell
photos: Brandon Thibodeaux

Abbey Siegworth makes a dandy Ghost of Christmas Past.
— dfw.com


The Shape of Things
dir. Matthew Grey
photos: Karen Almond

Evelyn...is a bit of a monster. Siegworth, fulfilling the promise she showed in the Theater Center’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, makes her wiles fascinating and all too believable. This is a femme fatale in the great tradition of film noir or even Greek tragedy.
— Dallas Morning News
Siegworth creates a realistic monster in Evelyn with reasoned rationale and exceedingly well-honed feminine wiles. Initially, she seems likable and earnest. In her final monologue…the audience finds itself recoiling from her.
— criticalrant.com


reasons to be pretty
dir. Joel Ferrell
photos: Karen Almond

(Siegworth) swings from overly libidinous to ice cold to emotionally fried as she learns more about her husband. That the same actress also played the luminous and very quiet Eve in last year’s In the Beginning shows her versatility.
— Art & Seek
Siegworth is a tall, elegant, strong-featured actor; yet here she conveys an almost bland mousiness, perfectly believable as the working class wife of a sexist, extroverted chump.
— criticalrant.com


In The Beginning
dir. Kevin Moriarty
photos: Brandon Thibodeaux



Henry IV
dir. Kevin Moriarty
photos: Karen Almond



Montana Shakespeare in the Parks
directors: Joel Jahnke, William Brown, Susan Felder, Shawn Doulgas