How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Porchlight Music Theatre
"In the romantic plot, Ravelson is well matched by Elizabeth Telford's Rosemary, who manages to sell both the comedy and the tragedy of being, she sings, happy to keep this dude's dinner warm, whatever he be might be doing and, presumably, whomever he might be doing it with.
There have been sweeter Rosemarys, for sure, but this one deftly lets us know there's one game, really, and she intends to win."
- Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
"...a glowing, full-voiced turn by Elizabeth Telford, new to Chicago, who plays Rosemary, the secretary who sets her sights on marrying Finch long before he knows what has hit him."
- Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times
"Newcomer Elizabeth Telford is a treat as Rosemary, the secretary who falls head over heels for Finch and imagines keeping his dinner warm in New Rochelle..."
"Elizabeth Telford, with her upturned nose and a mezzo-soprano with a lovely bloom at the top, is reminiscent of a young Mary Tyler Moore."