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Iron Curtain - Village Theatre

the show was practically walked away with by favorite Bobbi Kotula who is part director, part secret agent and part dominatrix ... From the instant she walked on stage she owned it and her two big numbers were at the same time hilarious and touching.  I've seen Kotula turn in some amazing performances before but here she is truly in the role of a lifetime here and she completely nails it. - Broadway World

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FOLLIES at The Moore produced by Showtunes! Theatre Company

But I have to point out the incredible turn by the always amazing Bobbi Kotula.  Her rendition of "I'm Still Here" was the text book example of how to sell this number (or really any number).  I always love watching her in anything she is in.  In fact, I think someone needs to write a one woman show for her just so we can have an entire evening of her stunning talent.  Maybe an evening celebrating the work of Madeline Kahn or something.
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FOLLIES at The Moore produced by Showtunes! Theatre Company

Finally, Bobbi Kotula as the old pro Carlotta brought down the house with her rendition of “I’m Still Here.” Powerfully and beautifully sung, the vocal performance was eclipsed by the depth and authenticity of the character, the intimacy and authority of the acting. This was the real deal and no one could deny it.
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Company, The 5th Avenue Theatre

Bobbi Kotula offers an aggresively tortured Sarah with a divine vocal reading of "Poor Baby".  - Robbie Wachs
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Company, The 5th Avenue Theatre

Bobbi Kotula channels Lucille Ball as Sara... The scenes in which she locks horns with her husband, are disarmingly touching...  Seattle Weekly.
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Sleeping Beauty

Bobbi Kotula is an adorable, somewhat dotty old Queen, but comes close to stealing the show along with Khanh Doan as a pair of giddy fairies...
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Claudia Kelly - Hit of the Seattle Fringe Festival

Davidson's direction is fast-paced, and she has given free rein to the immense talents of versatile comic actress/singer Bobbi Kotula.
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Claudia Kelly's 500 Hats - Endearing Quirkiness

Much of this britches-offing charm is due to Bobbi Kotula as the title character--a spitfire vixen...
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Annie - Then there was Miss Hannigan...

"Bobbi Kotula, an actress with a terrific musical theatre voice and awesome comic technique. Her performance here was all but perfect, on an entirely different level than anything else in the show, as nuanced and fully realized as any performance I've seen in Seattle this season. Her rendering of "Little Girls" was a masterpiece. Not only do we see the true loathing she has for these little wretches who provide her living, but we also feel the real longing for someone to love in her life. Constantly walking that fine line between comedic exaggeration and dramatic believability, she is hilarious and affecting, impressive for the perfection of her technique, and genuinely compelling in her emotional authenticity. This is not to say that the performance removed itself from the ensemble or the production, simply that it towered over everything else. One performer can make an entire evening worth it."
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Feels Like Home - Glorious

"FEELS LIKE HOME, Kotula was many things, among them charming, vulnerable, goofy, touching, plaintive, entertaining, but above all, glorious."

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Bobbi Kotula's Feels Like Home Deserves A Long-Term Lease

"One of the brightest musical theatre talents in the Puget Sound area, Bobbi Kotula, debuted her autobiographical one-woman show Feels Like Home this past Monday at Renton Ikea Performing Arts Center before a wildly enthusiastic audience. Many of those in attendance were show business types, a kind of crowd is often inclined to be reserved and hypercritical. Instead, they warmly embraced Kotula’s eclectic (though predominantly musical comedy laden) songbook and her heartfelt, vocally rich performance."
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'Annie' breathes new life into familiar tale

"Bobbi Kotula is vigorously dissolute as Miss Hannigan." in Village Theatre's 2003 Production."
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