"How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying"

Alhambra Theatre & Dining


“Similarly, Lindsay Nantz shines as secretary Rosemary, conveying a sunny, chipper ’60s optimism with her Broadway-quality voice. “

-Jennifer Logue - Ponte Vedra Recorder-

“His love interest, Rosemary (Lindsay Nantz), was phenomenal in her role. I loved her number "Happy to Keep His Dinner Warm" in which she has fallen for Finch incredibly quickly and is dreaming of their life together. Nantz's voice was beautiful and endearing, making the audience feel her hopefulness for this future.”

- Jordan Higginbotham - Broadway World Review-


"Little Shop of Horrors"

Mill Mountain Theatre


"The heart of the show, though, comes in the form of Seymour and Audrey (played here with polish and finesse by Cole Smith and Lindsay Nantz). As the show opens, both are down, but don’t count them out. The audience cheers them on as their friendship blossoms into love...The duets between Seymour and Audrey, “Call Back in the Morning” and “Suddenly Seymour” were delightfully saccharine-filled. "

-Amanda Nelson - Special to The Roanoke Times-

"The girl group trio of Jordan Leigh McCaskill, Jenia Head and Troy Jackson made every song it backed better (especially Lindsay Nantz’s show-stopping “Suddenly, Seymour”)"

-Dan Smith - Theatre Blog-

Suzy Simpson

"The Marvelous Wonderettes"

Winter Park Playhouse


“And Lindsay Nantz overcomes her caricature role of the ditzy-blonde Suzy with a lot of heart and an energetic mashup of "Rescue Me" and "Respect".”

-Matthew J Palm - Orlando Sentinel-

"Lindsay Nantz plays quirky teenager, Suzy. Nantz doesn't miss a beat or a moment in character. Her voice was good in the first act, however her character's personality required a nasal quality that seemed to hide her bold talent. That being said, she held nothing back and brought it home in "Rescue Me" and "Respect" to close the show. The audience was singing and dancing right along with her stellar vocals"

-April Montgomery - BroadwayWorld.Com Orlando-