"Nora Eschenheimer excels as besieged Princess Imogen in this year’s Free Shakespeare on the Common production... Eschenheimer delivers such a fiery performance as the princess that there’s no mistaking Imogen’s wit, spirit, and resilience."

--The Boston Globe

"The highlight of the show is Nora Eschenheimer as Imogen, daughter to King Cymbeline. Ms. Eschenheimer's performance is a pure delight. She is relatable and genuine with pitch-perfect comic timing and an emotional depth that creates a totally engrossing performance." 

--Edge Media Network

"[A] boisterous and boundlessly energized performance by Nora Eschenheimer... Imogen– where have you been all my life?!"

--Joyce's Choices

"The best thing in the production... The mightily tried princess is feistily played by Nora Eschenheimer, who, even when the character sickens and swoons or weeps bitter tears, leaves no doubt that Imogen is not to be tampered with." 

--WBUR, Boston's NPR News Station

Cymbeline

Commonwealth Shakespeare Company

"Nora Eschenheimer excels as besieged Princess Imogen in this year’s Free Shakespeare on the Common production... Eschenheimer delivers such a fiery performance as the princess that there’s no mistaking Imogen’s wit, spirit, and resilience."                                      --The Boston Globe

"The highlight of the show is Nora Eschenheimer as Imogen, daughter to King Cymbeline. Ms. Eschenheimer's performance is a pure delight. She is relatable and genuine with pitch-perfect comic timing and an emotional depth that creates a totally engrossing performance." 

                                                                                           --Edge Media Network

"[A] boisterous and boundlessly energized performance by Nora Eschenheimer... Imogen– where have you been all my life?!"                                                --Joyce's Choices

"The best thing in the production... The mightily tried princess is feistily played by Nora Eschenheimer, who, even when the character sickens and swoons or weeps bitter tears, leaves no doubt that Imogen is not to be tampered with."                                 --WBUR, Boston's NPR News Station

"Nora Eschenheimer’s Rosalind lit up the stage."

--The Providence Journal

"Nora Eschenheimer is a marvel. Her performance captures the complexity and purposeful ambiguity of a young woman forced to disguise her gender not only for her safety, but for the sake of love... 

Eschenheimer’s timing is impeccable, bringing humor, pathos and even an insouciant juvenility to this Rosalind."

--Motif Magazine

"Eschenheimer is enchanting. The words come naturally, and so does the female-playing-a-male- demeanor. She also has a knack for comic timing that adds unexpected humor to this production."

-The Woonsocket Call

"Nora Eschenheimer is wondrous to watch as Rosalind, her facial expressions sweet and her dramatic fainting spells realistic."

-The Sun Chronicle

As You Like It

The Gamm Theatre

"Nora Eschenheimer’s Rosalind lit up the stage."                                 --The Providence Journal

 

"Nora Eschenheimer is a marvel. Her performance captures the complexity and purposeful ambiguity of a young woman forced to disguise her gender not only for her safety, but for the sake of love... 

Eschenheimer’s timing is impeccable, bringing humor, pathos and even an insouciant juvenility to this Rosalind."                                                                                       --Motif Magazine

"Eschenheimer is enchanting. The words come naturally, and so does the female-playing-a-male- demeanor. She also has a knack for comic timing that adds unexpected humor to this production."

                                                                                                   --The Woonsocket Call

"Nora Eschenheimer is wondrous to watch as Rosalind, her facial expressions sweet and her dramatic fainting spells realistic."                                                                     --The Sun Chronicle

The Importance of Being Earnest

The Gamm Theatre

"Gwendolen [is] beautifully played with fiery eloquence by Nora Eschenheimer."

--Edge Media Network
 

"Nora Eschenheimer exudes boundless confidence as Gwendolen Fairfax. She presents the sweetness and appeal that won Jack's heart, yet also incorporates subtle indications that she's absorbed some of her mother's overbearing qualities as well."

--Broadway World

"Not to be outdone [is] Nora Eschenheimer as Gwendolen Fairfax... magnificent."

--The Newport Daily News

"Eschenheimer has taken the role of Gwendolen to new heights. Combined with her conniving mother, Lady Bracknell, they chew up the stage."

--The Johnston Sunrise

"Gwendolen [is] beautifully played with fiery eloquence by Nora Eschenheimer."

                                                                                             --Edge Media Network
 

"Nora Eschenheimer exudes boundless confidence as Gwendolen Fairfax. She presents the sweetness and appeal that won Jack's heart, yet also incorporates subtle indications that she's absorbed some of her mother's overbearing qualities as well."                                         --Broadway World

"Not to be outdone [is] Nora Eschenheimer as Gwendolen Fairfax... magnificent."

                                                                                             --The Newport Daily News

"Eschenheimer has taken the role of Gwendolen to new heights. Combined with her conniving mother, Lady Bracknell, they chew up the stage."                                           --The Johnston Sunrise

Inherit the Wind

The Ocean State Theatre Company

"Eschenheimer is impressive and unrestrained as the conflicted Rachel Brown."

--Edge Media Network

"Giving a nuanced and very human performance [is] Nora Eschenheimer as Rachel."

--630 WPRO

"Nora Marie Eschenheimer is fantastic as the long suffering daughter and fiance of Bertram."

--The Theatre Mirror

"Eschenheimer is impressive and unrestrained as the conflicted Rachel Brown."  --Edge Media Network

"Giving a nuanced and very human performance [is] Nora Eschenheimer as Rachel."

                                                                                                               --630 WPRO

"Nora Marie Eschenheimer is fantastic as the long suffering daughter and fiance of Bertram."

                                                                                                               --The Theatre Mirror

"Making a striking debut at the Gamm is Nora Eschenheimer as Perdita."

--The Newport Daily News

 

"Nora Eschenheimer is sweet and wonderful as a young woman trying to make her way."

--The Public's Radio

 

"Nora Eschenheimer plays Perdita... She is beautiful, bright and captivating, but the role demands far more versatility than that and Eschenheimer is just as engaging in her fury as she is in her happier moments."

--630 WPRO

"Nora Eschenheimer is charming as Perdita... energetic."

--Live Theatre Massachusetts

"Always watchable [is] Nora Eschenheimer as Perdita, the deserving object of [Florizel's] affection."

--The Sun Chronicle

The Winter's Tale

The Gamm Theatre

"Making a striking debut at the Gamm is Nora Eschenheimer as Perdita."   --The Newport Daily News

 

"Nora Eschenheimer is sweet and wonderful as a young woman trying to make her way."

                                                                                                       --The Public's Radio

 

"Nora Eschenheimer plays Perdita... She is beautiful, bright and captivating, but the role demands far more versatility than that and Eschenheimer is just as engaging in her fury as she is in her happier moments."                                                                                          --630 WPRO

"Nora Eschenheimer is charming as Perdita... energetic."                        --Live Theatre Massachusetts

"Always watchable [is] Nora Eschenheimer as Perdita, the deserving object of [Florizel's] affection."

                                                                                                       --The Sun Chronicle