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Wildcat Dance Captain Cheerleader
As Rocky a hip hop dancer at heart; street smart and tough, she is fearless when it comes to choreography. Tends to clash with Liberty because she won't take her boasting.
Annemarie Johansen Principal Davenport Theater NYC
Young Sybil, portrayed here by a charming and innocent Raquel Wallace, sings of "Colored Pencils"; shadows of the multi-colored world that lies ahead and also of the talented artist Sybil would become.
“The show opened to a beautiful modern ballet performed by Raquel Wallace, while removing her everyday clothing and changing into her Terezin outfit. I was shocked and surprised by how fantastic this was, and I have to give so much credit to Ms. Wallace.” - Ned Donovan, BLOG
Women Pilots Soar in Cape Rep's 'Bottom of the Sky' May 8, 2012 Hats off to the cast Played by Raquel Wallace as a child
'The Bottom of the Sky' soars May 5, 2012 The Cape Cod Times, Scott Dalton As the young Jeannie, Wallace is a spitfire with real stage presence.
Bottom of the Sky flies Written by John Watters Raquel Wallace as the younger and Caitlin Mills playing the grown up Jeanne Marie and Patricia Fitzgerald and Kedian Keohan fleshing out Penelope. All four actors are terrific playing their age-appropriate parts
HJT’s ‘Freckleface Strawberry’ Is Berry, Berry Good - The Cape Cod Chronicle: "Raquel Wallace is the tap dancing Nicki. She’s adorable and will tap dance her way into your heart!..."
"Raquel Wallace performs a fabulous tap solo", By Ellen Petry Whalen GateHouse News Service
Energetic Freckleface Strawberry has plenty of bounce, by Heather Bailey "The last of the young females in this troupe is Nicki, played by stage veteran Raquel Wallace. Her singing voice is outstanding, but it is the energy she brings to the stage that makes hers a standout performance. Her tap-dancing scene is thoroughly entertaining..."
"Raquel Wallace, who tap dances almost as good as she sings...", PAUL BABIN, Cape Cod Times
Raquel with Adam Sandler
Raquel with Salma
“The story, narrated by Jasmine Ullman, begins with the much younger and smaller Alice, played by a confident Raquel Wallace.” - Ellen Petry Whalen, Wicked Local “Alice, spunkily played in a smaller size by Raquel Wallace...” - Kathi Scrizzi Driscoll, Cape Cod Online