"But it is Bronwen Coleman who nearly walks away with the show. Coleman finds the kind of moment actresses spend careers in pursuit of... The moment is astonishing, and capstones an already flawless performance."
David Ian Lee, nytheatre.com, Patricia Cornelius' "Love".
A lifetime member of the Actors Studio New York, Bronwen has worked as an actor internationally on both Screen and Stage.
Highlights include acting with Phillip Seymour Hoffman's Labyrinth Theater Company at the Public Theatre NYC, as June in Pretty Chin Up, and more recently here in Australia playing Christina MacPherson in Felix Meagher's folk musical The Man They Called the Banjo - which played in regional venues around Victoria.
Portrait by Alex Vaughan
-Theater Online, "Love"
The performance that really stayed with me, however was Bronwen Coleman as Tanya... one of the best performances I’ve seen all season... Ms. Coleman is a truly stunning actress.