“Jessica Lorion commanded the stage as a forceful, but motherly, Poppins. Her voice soaring, as she did through the air, into the space around her – Lorion’s graceful performance of the role provided the genuine affection that audiences expect. Her no nonsense approach when combined with the character’s hints of imagination could give dear Julie Andrews a run for her money. Frankly, Lorion was born to play the role.”

— Amanda Finn, Broadway World

“Babette (Jessica Lorion) the French Maid turned Feather Duster is a saucy fun and flirty character who is constantly having a tiff with Lumiere (Hassan Nazari-Robati). Their on-again-off-again chemistry is perfect for the musical, creating a little side plot of funny love during the more light-hearted scenes of the show.”

— Amanda Gunther, DC Metro Theater Arts

“Jessica Lorion is the sexy siren Babette.”

— Paula Citron, Personal Blogger

“Jessica Lorion, was a sparkling, if a bit sexy, Babette.”

— Kathy Lauer-Williams, The Morning Call

“Adding personality and humor [is…] Jessica Lorion’s sexy French Maid, Babette.”

— Michael Grossberg, The Columbus Dispatch

“Jessica Lorion (Babette) […] also make vibrant contributions.”

— Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun