Celia Mei Rubin

Reviews

JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT

A special mention must go to Celia Mei Rubin as the Narrator who filled the hall with her powerful voice.
bbc.co.uk/Leicester

Celia Mei Rubin was fantastic as the Narrator, bringing the show together with a powerful and versatile voice.
The Bradford Telegraph

Petite Celia Mei Rubin is a charming Narrator.
Free Press

Performances from Richard Swerrun as Joseph and Celia Mei Rubin as the Narrator led to big laughs and thundrous applause.
The Keightly News

GUYS AND DOLLS

Dancers Celia Mei Rubin and Joshua Horner as Havana boy and girl give a performance to make you gasp.
The British Theatre Guide

When Nigel Harman (Sky Masterson) danced with Havana girl Celia Mei Rubin, sparks flew.
Coventry Observer

WEST SIDE STORY

Celia Mei Rubin’s performance as Anita was certainly one of the biggest highlights of the show that made her character the emotional heart of the production.
The British Theatre Guide

Celia Mei Rubin’s flighty Latino spitfire Anita is a genuine standout.
Rogues and Vagabonds

Celia Mei Rubin stepped up to the scene stealing role of Anita…and did just that!
Lancashire Evening Post

Celia Mei Rubin as the streetwise cynic, Anita, is sensational, bringing comedy and pathos to the brilliant “America.”
whatsonstage.com

THE GREAT UNKNOWN

An ingeniously creative number, Southern Girl,  led by Edmund Bagnell, who not only sings beautifully but plays the violin while dancing with Celia Mei Rubin, was the standout bit of staging by choreographer Liza Gennaro. — Michael Jay at the Theatre Blog