On Teresa's performance as "Jenny" in Company, with Moonbox Productions:
But the talent to bring you to the theater is Teresa Winner Blume whose operatic pipes steal the show.
-Susanna Jackson, Dig Boston
Although Moonbox’s "Company" is a true ensemble piece, with all company members giving rounded performances, a few shine even brighter. In addition to Barrett’s Joanne, Blume’s Jenny and Katie Clark’s stewardess April are notable. Blume can veer from warmly realistic and touching, loving her husband, worrying she’ll wake the children, and mothering Bobby, to a zany hoot in her soprano intermezzos during "Getting Married Today."
-Jennifer Bubriski, Edge Boston
…the female half of the cast offers several performances to savor. Indeed, all the women in the show hold their own, although some do a good deal more… [including] Teresa Winner Blume [who] gave his most uptight married friend a gentle knowingness… these performances proved very good company indeed.
-Thomas Garvey, Hub Review
Shonna Cirone’s sensational freak out with Peter Mill in her Not Getting Married Today (with hilarious operatics from Teresa Winner Blume) hit the spot.
-Beverly Creasey, Boston Arts Review
Blume's classically trained soprano voice is radiant in her verses as the church soloist.
-Nancy Grossman, BWW Boston
“Getting Married Today" Amy's frenetic rant about not being ready for marriage is a rapid-fire patter song. Set off against this insanity is the ironic counterpoint of Jenny's operatic aria about the beauty of a wedding day. The combined effect brought the house down.
-White Rhino Report
Another super vocal performance was given by Teresa Winner Blume, as Jenny. Although her primary role was a petite and adorable wife, she had the opportunity to display her classically trained vocal talents in my personal favorite piece, "Not Getting Married", an amusing duet with Blume as the minister and Amy, (Shonna Cirone) as the panicked bride…
-Robin Shaye, PMP Theatre Network Reviews