“ ...as memorable and dynamic as Paris itself. It is also riotously funny.”

"To say that Marshall’s plushly crystalline, endlessly mutable mezzo-soprano vocals are disarmingly direct is an understatement."

     
  “A highly professional singer with a winning personality”

“Of the half dozen singers I’ve seen at Pangea, Marshall is the most technically accomplished, negotiating some pretty tricky territory with seeming effortlessness.”

     
  The joyous Gay Marshall has returned to Pangea

“Masterful singing and spirited storytelling.”

     
  “I felt I had spent a night in Paris.”

The selection of songs about Paris was intertwined with an interesting and often very funny travelogue as Marshall described the places and events that her songs were about. 

     
  "She combusts with joy"

“Marshall performs with soul and conviction…."

     
  The joyous Gay Marshall has returned to Pangea

A fascinating aspect of the set are the well-known songs that Marshall has translated more authentically 

     
  An evening not to be missed!

Gay Marshall's one-woman show is like taking a trip to Paris. Close your eyes and you are in a small cafe in Montmartre or strolling down the Champs Elysee... an evening not to be missed!

     
  Not only should this show be winning awards...

I’ll just say it flat out. if you ever want to take a master class on how to do a cabaret show, go see Gay Marshall...

     
  TOP TEN DIVAS by Andrew Gans

Some of the more exciting vocals of the year were heard Off-Broadway in the revival of Jacques Brel at the Zipper Theatre, where Gay Marshall is still belting up a storm, with a mix of power and deeply felt emotion…. her throaty alto and her never-wavering sincerity penetrating the heart of the listener.

     
  Front Row Center by Tulis McCall

Full of personality and humor, Marshall delivers the dramatic Piaf repertoire – including her own English adaptations – with stirring authenticity, and not a hint of imitation. Her song selection is an unusual mix of the well known and the rare

     
  TIME OUT NY theatre review by Adam Feldman

It takes a brave singer to take on the Edith Piaf song book. It takes a special one to pull pool it off so heart-piercing.

 

Gay Marshall, a polyglot American singer kicks off the show in style with "Le Diable", in which the Devil gloats about the miseries of the modern world. Brel’s songs are perfectly suited to Marshall’s focused power and rough-edged, characterful voice, notably in the devastated "Ne Me Quitte Pas" and "Marieke".

     
  THE NEW YORK TIMES review by Charles Isherwood

An enchanting performer who sings with her heart-stirring transparency and possesses some of Piaf's spirit as well as the throbbing mixture of steel and cotton in the voice.

     
  THEATERMANIA review by David Finkle

Ms. Marshall’s signature song, Le Diable (Ça Va) was mesmerizing and magical. "Carousel"...highlighted Ms. Marshall in her blazing spotlight of soaring, sensational sound.

     
  Theater Pizzazz by Sandi Durell

A definitive Piaf interpreter, diminutive but mighty Gay Marshall, resounded in spirit and song