...(the excellent Danyel Fulton)
- New York Times, (Broadbend Arkansas)
Fulton's wonderfully affecting performance carries Ruby to the finish line. Her strong interior core gives way to an uneasy, nervous exterior. You can see the desperation in the way she carries her proud self, and you can hear it in her voice, too. Shen gives her notes to sing that are so high they don't even seem real, and Fulton simultaneously delivers them with incredible finesse and control, while making them seem like howls of real pain.
- Theatermania, (Broadbend, Arkansas)
Fulton, a Brooklyn-based actor is a find… I can't recall any actor/singer sustaining for an entire act so much emotionally charged singing and recitative… She is completely committed to expressing the deeply embedded truth...
- Curtain Up, (Broadbend, Arkansas)
Fulton has all of the child-like exuberance required for the role (Dorothy), combined with a powerhouse of a voice that proves itself within the first few notes of "Soon As I Get Home" early in Act One.
- KDHX ST LOUIS, (The Wiz, Muny)
Thelma is a "secondary" character in "The Trip to Bountiful" but she resonates so effectively and lastingly in Fulton's fully rounded, richly detailed and nuanced performance...
- Berkshire Eagle, (Trip to Bountiful, CapRep)
...given exquisitely emotive life by Fulton
- Theater Pizazz (Broadbend, Arkansas)
Fulton bring so much power and pathos...Fulton played a lot of Sarah close to the vest making it all the more powerful when she let loose and she, above anyone else in the show, was responsible for all the sobbing emanating from Row R.
- Broadwayworld, (Ragtime, The 5th Ave)