Show Palace Theatre

Hudson, FL

Hernando Today- “Amanda Tong exudes optimism with a beautiful endearing ‘I Will Be Loved Tonight‘  Tong is a natural comedian, with great physicality and a lovely voice...All four actors are strong actors and vocalists, and they shine at comedy.”


BIG ARTS Herb Strauss Theatre

Sanibel Island, FL

The Island Sun- “...the cast wins our hearts with their antics and great vocal abilities.”

Naples News- “...the show delights in every single way.”

The Islander- “Each performer in this quartet is a triple threat, each one dives deep into her role with sensitivity and truth, each moves like a dream with pipes that could shatter glass in clarity, with four part harmonies that have the brilliance of diamonds.”


BIG ARTS Herb Strauss Theatre

Sanibel Island, FL

The Island Sun- “The entire cast takes the crazy Pythonesque scenes to hilarious heights. The terrific ensemble of dancing ladies and lads preform a multitude of dances including the can-can.”

The Islander- “Nevertheless it’s the fantastic cast who really are having such a blast preforming to their limit, making this show, the winner that it is...the fantastic ensemble of six play everything from corpses, to Laker Cheerleaders, from Las Vegas show girls to water nymphs.”

ROCK OF AGES (regional premiere)

Gateway Playhouse

Bellport, NY

Dans Papers- "Rock of Ages—a stunner of a production! It lives up to its name, as it will literally rock your world. The cast is sexy and sensational, bringing to life an era of badass and bad hair, with vocals that left me stunned and grinning from ear to ear."

New York Theatre Guide- "Are you ready to rock?! It’s loud, flashy, energetic and tons of fun...The cast of this production is phenomenal. Not only are they amazing singers, but the dancing and choreography of this show are beautifully done. Rock of Ages is a raucous, irreverent barrel of laughs."

New York Times- " Rock of Ages is an entertaining, high-energy party. It's tunes, they bubble with hard-driving rhythm and are delivered with great enthusiasm by a talented, full-throated cast."


Show Palace Theatre

Hudson, FL

Tampa Bay Times- 

"Lighthearted story, heavy-duty dancing spark 'Crazy for You' at Show Palace"

"What it takes for this show to really take off are fine voices, exciting choreography done by accomplished dancers, sets, costumes, sounds and lights designed to work with the show, and a director who knows what is going on in every corner — and this production has all that and more.

There's real pleasure, too, in smooth ballroom dancing by Ramsey's (Bobby) and Ms. Tong's (Polly) to Gershwin classics like Shall We Dance and Embraceable You. The duo also get a chance to showcase their pleasing voices, Ms. Tong on Someone to Watch Over Me and But Not for Me."


Beef and Boards Theatre

Indianpolis, IN

Herald Bulletin- "This production is one of the best musicals at Beef & Board Dinners Theatre in the last few years. More importantly, the show is a rewarding performance with a joyous spirit."

Beef'n'Boards BlogSpot- "Sister Acts Rocks the House...The frosting on this fun and entertaining musical is the talented ensemble cast."

Gotta Go Elizabeth BlogSpot- "Beef and Boards' Sister Act shines with its strong female performers for this family friendly (and hilarious) production."


Beef and Boards Theatre

Indianapolis, IN

Indy's Child Parenting Magaize - "Standouts in this strong cast include Amanda Tong as indecisive Cinderella, questioning what she should truly wish for."

A Seat on the Aisle - "All-Star cast...Amanda Tong brings us a lovely and gentle Cinderella. Great voices and terrific acting meld into a production that leaves you with a rather large WOW factor."

Zionsville Times Sentinel - "Tong has a lovely voice...'No One Is Alone' nearly brought me to tears."

Stage Write Indy - "Amanda Tong as Cinderella is another standout. The troubled girl goes from one bad situation to another, with only the birds as her friends."

FLASHDANCE(regional premiere)

Gateway Playhouse

Bellport, NY

Broadway World- “Amanda Tong is also fantastic as Alex’s friend, Gloria. She -Gloria- has a rough time and you really root for her throughout the production.

Dan’s Papers- “There are many moments durning the show where you find yourself lost in the spellbinding music, especially the slower arrangement of the hit song “Gloria”. The song fits the story so well, yet it doesn’t loose the flavor of the original. Amanda Tong as the flighty Gloria is everything you want her to be-sweet natured, a little ditzy, but a loyal and loving friend-with that 80’s hair teased and topped with a gaudy headband. Gloria sings her namesake song as her own ballad, softly at first and rising to a crescendo as the show progresses and she finds herself in a bad situation.”