From the National Tour of Cats (Grizabella):
"Tricia Tanguy nearly flawlessly portrays Grizabella, the one-time "glamour cat" now in her golden years. Her "Memory" reprise in Act II is so fully sung (it's no surprise she was a National Anthem soloist for the Cleveland Indians)...If I could only hear one version of "Memory" for the rest of my days, it would be hers."
-Elizabeth Clark, Kalamazoo Gazette
"Without question, the best voice of the night belonged to Tricia Tanguy, the bedraggled and shopworn Grizabella. By the time that “Touch me” in the seventh verse of “Memory” blasted out over the speakers, you knew that the one-time Glamour Cat was desperate for redemption and a return to her family. The vocals exploded from her careworn face with all the power of years of wandering, lost and alone in the wilderness of Tottenham Court."
-Chris Silk, Naples Daily News
"And what of the show’s most famous number, “Memory”? The tune is as beautiful as you remember it, and when it’s reprised near the end of Act II by Grizabella (a compelling Tricia Tanguy), you’ll get the chills you paid to get."
-Paul Lamar, Schnectady Daily Gazette
"The show is anchored in dazzling fashion by the supple voice of Tricia Tanguy, who plays the narrator."
-Christine Howey, Rave and Pan
"Does it achieve it the goal? The answer is a resounding yes, mostly thanks to the luminous Tricia Tanguy, who has returned to her home of Cleveland after years on the road in national tours of The Producers, Cats and Joseph… in which she played the same narrator role we are lucky enough to see her play in Lakewood...Tanguy is a true story teller; with warmth and honesty, her magnetic energy attracts even the youngest of her school children. As if Tanguy doesn’t shine enough in these moments enough, she also shares the spotlight with the adult actors beautifully."
-Lauren Fraley, The Lakewood Observer
Tricia Tanguy shines in Ithaca College Theatre's ‘Violet'
"Attention all aspiring young actresses: if by chance your talents get you cast as a character named Violet in a show that is also called “Violet,” then you better start learning your lines early, because if the latest production from Ithaca College Theatre is any indication, you are going to be onstage for almost the entire show. And be prepared to sing. A lot... In short, it's an intimidating role, but a challenge that no smart actress would pass up. Thankfully, Tricia Tanguy is a smart actress, and up to the challenge. This IC senior makes a terrific starring debut that not only holds her audience, but provides a strong anchor for her fellow actors as well. The heart of Violet is carried in Tanguy's strong and confident voice. With a score based in the sounds of country, blues, gospel, and R&B, the lyric rhythms can change midsong, but she delivers her solos with practiced ease and brings energy and focus to the many songs she shares in duets. And though Violet's actual disfigurement is left to the audience's imagination, it is tangible in Tanguy's behavior, and even more in the reactions of others."
-David Cameron, Ithaca Journal