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"Maria Cristina Posada Slye, inversely, delivers an achingly show-stealing 'Another Suitcase In Another Hall.'"

-New York Theatre Guide on New York City Center's Evita

"The forlorn Maria Cristina Posada Slye sings a haunting 'Another Suitcase in Another Hall' as Perón’s mistress."

-Theatre Scene on New York City Center's Evita

"Though Reficco is replaced by Pfeiffer rather quickly, Cannold has her appearing now and then in moments when the older Eva remembers her former self. This is very effective in the opera's closing moments when the dying woman imagines a montage of her past, but sadly, it's also used to take focus away from Maria Cristina Posada Slye's beautifully introspective performance of 'Another Suitcase In Another Hall', playing the previous mistress of Juan Peron who Eva abruptly ousts."

-Broadway World on New York City Center's Evita

"A highlight was the excellent performance of 'What I Did for Love' performed by Maria Cristina Posada Slye who played Diana. One of the dancers named Paul falls and injures his leg and is forced to leave the auditions. Zach, the director, played by James Ludwig, asks the remaining dancers what they will do if they are not selected for this performance or if they can no longer dance. The consensus is they will never have regrets for choosing this lifestyle. At this moment, Maria Cristina performs the show stopper and does a great job with it. Performing 'What I Did For Love' as compared to the original is no easy task but Slye pulls it off. Maria Cristina Slye gave a strong performance as the feisty Diana throughout the entire show."

-The Huntingtonian on A Chorus Line

"But Maria Cristina Posada Slye quickly emerges as “West Side Story’s” hidden gem as Anita, girlfriend to Bernardo and counselor to Maria, as she defines the raw “ganas”— desire — central to the immigrant experience in the showstopping “America.”


-Richmond Time's Dispatch on West Side Story

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