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"Prisoner of Love is ultimately a complete story in and of itself. It’s about the ups and plenty of downs of a single girl’s
quest for a man to love her. The narrative, kept to a wise minimum of just enough, plus the superb, eclectic music choices,
are part of the unfolding of the tale; but, it’s Wolff herself who puts the cherry on the sundae. Her delivery of the numbers
with plenty of flair emphasizes the insightful storytelling aspects of the lyrics..." By Marilyn Lester


"Love is an emotion that makes you feel both powerful and vulnerable at once. It is for this very reason that nobody could
have performed Prisoner of Love, a cabaret show arranged by the late Barry Levitt and directed by Peter Napolitano at
Urban Stages Theater, better than Andrea Bell Wolff. A tiny woman who couldn’t have been taller than 5’2, she commanded
a presence as soon as she parted the curtains to step foot on the stage. Immediately, the packed audience stopped
their chatter and fell silent..." By Natalie Lifson


"Andrea Bell Wolff shared her stories of chasing love around America through an intriguing and diverse set list that featured
heart-pumping renditions of great pop hits, from Florrie Palmer’s “Morning Train” (“Nine to Five”) to Carrie Underwood’s “Two
Black Cadillacs” (Underwood/Hillary Lindsey/Josh Kear). Wolff, mesmerizing in a black dress and gold heels, started off her
set with “Colored Lights” (Kander & Ebb) and “Prisoner of Love,” which was commissioned for the show and written by the late,
great Barry Levitt and the show’s director, Peter Napolitano. Wolff went to the depth of her voice on that heartwarming tribute,
as well as a handful of others and, when she did, it was fantastic..." Reviewed by Chris Struck for Cabaret Scenes

Next Performance- Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 - 8PM