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“Lovena B. Fox's strong voice and beautifully charismatic performance is right on in the lead role.”

Annie Boulanger - Burnaby Now


“Lovena B. Fox in the title role displays a beautiful soprano voice…”

By Alan Charlton - The BC Catholic


“Lovena B. Fox takes on the role of the saint-like woman, and with an impressive number of awards and nominations under her belt, it’s not surprising she pulls it off spectacularly. In nearly every scene and singing almost every song in the two hour musical, Fox runs the gamut of emotions from defiant to tearful and everything in between.”

Rachel Meloche - Youthlink


“Lovena B. Fox is mesmerizing in the role of the central character. The exotic soprano barely sings a wrong note throughout her performance. She is playful as Eva the vivacious teenager, desperate to escape the poverty of her rural village, and moving as the fading icon close to death in the final scenes.”

John Jane


“Evita’s signature tune “Don’t Cry for me Argentina" and if you buy a ticket simply to hear that sung, you will not be disappointed. Lovena Fox belts it out on several occasions. Her portrayal of the spiteful and power-mad creature who can summon charm as if by magic is passionate. “

The Westender


“Lovena Fox is dazzlingly effervescent”

Jo Ledingham - Vancouver Courier


"Eva Peron"

Ain't Misbehavin'


by Rita Ubriaco
Lovena Fox’s bright clear voice displayed some startling highs in 'Yacht Club Swing', and what she did with a hand bag prop in 'How ya Babe' was worthy of a classic  comic actor.

by Craig Bakay
Fox seems especially wrapped up in her character. She is delightful as an  empty-headed goodtime girl and manages to adapt her operatic voice to rhythm and blues with ease and eloquence.

Nominated, Vancouver Jesse Award “Best Supporting Actress”

“Lovena Fox …showed the knock out  power of her voice”

by Roger Mitton
...Ms Fox is the one who caught my eye in this years hit show Ain’t  Misbehavin. As well as being able to belt out a hand clapping, foot stomping number, and croon a  sensual lullaby, Fox can move. Mercy.

by Madelene Bailey
Lovena Fox played the engenue to the full...In 'Handful of Keys' and 'Keeping out of Mischief Now' she showed the true knockout power of her voice.


Jekyll and Hyde


(with Brad Little)

Winner, Connecticut Critics Circle Award “Outstanding Actress”


“… Lovena Fox… brings a special excitement to the proceedings. She is nothing short of Wonderful.”

Irene Backalenick

Connecticut Post


“… Fox makes the most of it. Her vibrant and beautiful portrayal registers the show’s strongest emotional pull.”

Chesley Plemmons

The News-Times Neighbors

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