"Piper Goodeve provides singing that itself would be worth the price of admission." - Time Out NY
"Goodeve is a natural comedienne, her timing is delightful... Her reactions are physical and verbal and they are delicious in the extreme."
- Berkshire Bright Focus
"Piper Goodeve makes a strong impression..."
- Terry Teachout, Wall Street Journal
"Piper Goodeve as Maddy, the mutilated zombie, was quite incredible." - Theater in the Now
"Piper Goodeve has a long and luminous career ahead of her." - Talkentertainment.com
The Mad Scientist's Guide to Romance, Robots, and Soul-Crushing Loneliness (NY Fringe)
"Every mad scientist needs a lab assistant and Piper Goodeve as Maddy, the mutilated zombie, was quite incredible. Goodeve created a crazy character that was filled with heart. Her undying love for Emily was beautiful." - Theater in the Now
"The performances are outstanding, especially the comedic and nuanced Goodeve. Whether she's in the spotlight or mumbling amongst the audience, she plays the perfect scientist's apprentice. Most of her lines are scripted as mumbling gibberish, but she embodies the character's state of mind so well that whether you actually understand what she's saying is beside the point." - Theatre Is Easy
"Goodeve artfully contrasts emotional authenticity with Maddy's absurd situation..." - CurtainUp
HAIR (Hangar Theatre)
"Goodeve, is a pretty girl with a vigorous voice."- The Ithaca Times
"Piper Goodeve, as Sheila, exhibits head-turning vocals on 'I Believe in Love,' 'Easy to be Hard,' and 'Good Morning Starshine.'"- Post-Standard Critics/www.syracuse.com
"Piper Goodeve has a powerhouse voice."- Ithaca Journal
The Pursuit of Persephone
(Connelly Theater, NYC)
"Piper Goodeve, as the supporting romantic comedienne, conjures images of Andrea Martin with her flawless comic timing, and her awkward chemistry with David Abeles, is utterly endearing." -Broadwayworld.com
Listen to a demo track from
The Mad Scientist's Guide!
Lyrics by Megan Sass, Music by Nathan Leigh
Original Cast Recording named one of the
Top Ten Cast Albums of 2008 by Talkinbroadway.com
Long Day's Journey Into Night (Oldcastle theater company)
"Goodeve is delightful in the role."
- Berkshire Bright Focus
"Goodeve was able to deftly contrast the maid's standing and station, all while hinting at the vulnerability that she also shared in the presence of alcohol. Goodeve wasn't on stage much, but when there, was a welcome sight."
- Bennington Banner
Oklahoma! (Hangar Theatre)
"Goodeve, blessed with a soaring, almost Viennese, soprano, can compete for the versatility prize. Last summer she was Sheila in Hangar's production of Hair, for which she was nominated for a Syracuse New Times Syracuse Area Live Theater Award." - Syracuse New Times
"A winning performance by Piper Goodeve..."
- New York Post
Anne of Green Gables (Off-Bway, Lucille Lortel)
"Piper Goodeve is sensational." - Talkentertainment.com
"Piper Goodeve captures Anne's effusive enthusiasm...the casting is impressive, particularly the three principals." - New York Times
"This is Goodeve's show and it's uncanny how she reproduces the Sturm und Drang of the turn-of-the-century pre-teen without being completely ridiculous." - Edge NYC
"Piper Goodeve makes an ebullient Anne, fiercely embodying both her irrepressible hopes and her melodramatic tirades. Her giddy solo "I Can Stay," in which she celebrates Marilla's decision to keep her at Green Gables, is a triumph of voice, personality, and athleticism."- Off-Off Online
"Piper Goodeve is touching and funny as Anne." - Associated Press
"Piper Goodeve as the title character, Anne, is pure enchantment...Without a sensational actress to portray Anne, the show-- no matter how well written as is this production-- wouldn't work for five seconds let alone ninety minutes. And Piper Goodeve is sensational." - Talkentertainment.com
"a plucky performance by the talented Piper Goodeve." - CurtainUp