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"Enter the Bad Guys, Rooster Hannigan, the no-good brother of Miss Hannigan (products of bad parenting, I’m thinking) and Lily St. Regis (played schemingly well by Michael Santora and Mallory King respectively). "
Chicago Theatre Beat
"They’re closely followed by another pair of actors, Michael Santora and Mallory King as the two very supple, side-splitting scoundrels, Rooster Hannigan and Lily St. Regis. Together with Ms. Fish, the felonious trio bring down the house with their marvelous musical ode to envy, “Easy Street.”
Chicago Theater Review
"Michael Santora is frighteningly funny as Rooster Hannigan the stonehearted con man with rocks in his head, and Mallory King as Lily plays the perfect tawdry accomplice."
Broadway World Memphis
"... Mallory King are triple-threat performers who gamely move from ragtime and Charleston dances to polkas and toe-tappin' twists, not to mention all the changing vocal gymnastics. Litherland and King (both WMU students) often pair up as younger hopefuls, Jim and Eileen, and bring the laughs with their comic take on "Let's Go Slummin.'"
"Western Michigan University student Mallory King, as Pinkalicious, brings an irreverent attitude to her spunky character."
"The Laker-girl scene combines modern cheerleader and hiphop styles, and is flat-out hilarious. Mallory King commands a presence onstage as a Laker girl and in the Camelot scene (what happens in Camelot stays in Camelot.)"
“Mallory King and Jonathan Ramos are delightful as the squabbling dance duo of Ellie May Chipley and Frank Schultz. King gets to show off her skills in the comical "Life Upon the Wicked Stage," which is a fun and fluffy piece of business.”
"They make their mark Christine (Mallory King, playing sweet and charming), the naive American "Soap Queen" — and vie to be the first to fleece her out of $50,000."
“Humrichouser’s success began with an outstanding cast. His two male leads, Cory Wietfeldt as Wallace and Pedro Hogan as Davis, must sing love ballads and dance tap and ballroom — which they can and do. Their respective romantic partners, Mary Teutsch as Betty and Mallory King as Judy, likewise mastered dance (King was an excellent dancer) and song (Teutsch displayed a rich singing voice).”
"I just graduated from Western Michigan University last year, and when I saw the news about the shooting my jaw dropped. I knew I wanted to do something to help out the community that I cared so much about." - Mallory King, 2015 WMU Theatre Alum
Broadway World Quote on "Kalamazoo Strong: A Benefit Cabaret"