Romeo and Juliet, Great River Shakespeare Festival
"Robert Ramirez as Lord Capulet, and Rosemary Brownlow as Lady Capulet, Juliet's parents, give strong impressions [...] Brownlow's dismissal of Juliet in the wake of Lord Capulet's brutality against both his daughter and his wife is heart breaking"
- Arthur Dorman, talkinbroadway.com
Emma, Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble
"With her mouth agape more than not, Rosemary Brownlow displays great comedic skill as the simple, earthy [Harriet] Smith"
- Alicia Grega, Scranton Times-Shamrock
Twelfth Night, New Swan Shakespeare Festival
"Rare indeed is the Shakespeare production that doesn't have a weak link somewhere. This ensemble [...] is one of them. No one misses a beat, from Colin Nesmith's gloriously over-the-top Malvolio to Joshua Blair's Buster Keatonish fool Feste to Rosemary Brownlow as the suffering-in-silence Viola. It's intimate, hilarious and a top-notch production all around"
-Joel Beers, OC Weekly
Moby Dick: The Musical!, Northwest Children's Theater
"The Northwest Children's Theater currently is blessed with a host of richly talented young people - Brendan Robinson, Rosie Brownlow, Matt Miller, Travis Brown and Lizzie Malarkey among them"
- Holly Johnson, The Oregonian
The Visit, UC Irvine
"Particularly impressive is Rosie Brownlow as the school headmistress whose fervor increases the more alcohol she consumes"
- Tim Titus, Los Angeles Times
Sense and Sensibility, PCPA
"Although several female cast members strongly support the main characters with humor and intensity, standouts include Holcombe as Fanny, Balay as Mrs. Jennings and Brownlow as Charlotte"
-Debby Nicklas, San Luis Obispo Tribune
As You Like It, UC Irvine
"Brownlow and Brauner had unashakeable chemistry in their roles and brilliantly showcased highly energetic and effortless performances"
-Eli Heller, New University
A Midsummer Night's Dream, New Swan Shakespeare Festival
"This two-hour 'Dream' is full of fresh characterizations. Samantha Aneson (Puck), Anthony Simone (Bottom), Rosemary Brownlow (Quince) and BreAnne Murphy (Hipplolyta/Peaseblossom) stand out in the capable cast"
-Jordan R. Young, OC Arts Examiner