So,what are people saying?...
Indy Dang, Director, Influence ...you were a true professional and a joy to work with - you brought the ferocity and conflict of June every day on set. I am so glad to have gotten to work with you.
BearwalkCinema, Boston, MA How can we put into words how we feel about you @Callie Beaulieu? I don't know if there are words to express our gratitude for you Callie. You're an incredible actress. You were captivating in every sense of the word. You delivered so much and the people around you became all the more excited. Thank you for your kindness, sweetness, and incredible talent. We have been very lucky to know you.
Romeo & Juliet, Hartford Stage Robert Hannon Davis as Montague and Callie Beaulieu as Lady Montague brought life to these somewhat muted characters. On Stage Blog, Stephanie C. Lyons-Keeley
Ghosts in the Cottonwoods, Rivendell Theatre Ensemble ,,,and Callie Beaulieu deliver power-packed portrayals. Chicago SunTimes, Lucia Mauro
The Vagina Monologues - Women of Antigua Then came the Wear and Say Lists which gave us some hint the Callie [Beaulieu] was a talent we'd love to see more of during the monologues...in I Was There in the Room, she captivated the audience...her honest performance...her delivery...her tears...all just struck as so very genuine The Antigua Sun, Hazra C. Medica
Staff Favorites of 2015,The Day, Les Liaisons Dangereuses Flock's shows inside the historic Shaw Mansion are always a midwinter treat, but "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" is one of it's best productions there - which is saying something. Flock Theatre at the Shaw Mansion, New London
Sunken Land - Stage Left Theatre Bravo! newcomer Callie Beaulieu makes a surprising debut as a rebellious patient who refuses to swallow the sugar coated propaganda that the hospital foists upon its prisoners/patients. She strikes a rare pose between helplessness and tough gallows humor. Windy City Times,Wayne Scott
Richard Manley, Playwright Time to ...praise someone whose talent has so often brought my work to life on stage. I’ve talked about Callie Beaulieu before, but a confluence of coincidences brought her to mind this week... Several years ago, at a theater in Connecticut, Callie played the female lead in the first major production of this play. In my mind, she created Mary, brought her to life more vividly on stage than I thought possible. From that point on, I used her whenever I could. ...what prompted this FB entry was a brief exchange last week with one of the creative admins at the IATI theater in Manhattan, a small, but passionate and innovative promoter of new work. One of my other plays had a public reading there a couple of years ago and Callie played that female lead as well. The depth she brought to the character stunned (not too strong a word) the audience.