Press & Praise

Emergency Operation (Theatre) Hollywood Fringe Festival                           The Doctor

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Daily Herald Interviews Colleen                         by Dann Gire

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Horror Society Interviews Colleen                     by Brian Kirst


Doctor Spine (Film)                                   Boomstick Films                                                     Sister Spine


Big Gay Horror Fan                                                     by Brian Kirst

“Kathy Garver and up and coming character actress Colleen Elizabeth Miller, also, supply moments of frothy fun.”

Ovulation (Film)                                                     Faux Pas Films                                                           Regan


Horror News .Net                                                       by Todd Martin

“There are a couple of other characters that make appearances but to be honest they are pretty forgettable and really not worth mentioning aside from Regan, who has the best death scene of the movie.”

Offsprung (Theatre)                                                 Rubicon Theatre Project                                 Donnie Mashburn


Chicago Tribune                                                           by Nina Metz

“Colleen Elizabeth Miller is especially good as an acerbic older sister who isn’t quite the shrew she pretends to be.”

Dog Sees God, Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead (Theatre)                                             Rubicon Theatre Project                                     Tricia (Peppermint Patty)


Stage Door Chicago                                                   by Michael Roberts

“Colleen E. Miller (Tricia) and Anna Schutz (Marcy) turns in remarkable performances by playing homage to the characters they inhabit, but giving them such a human quality that you never once doubt they are the animated character the world has grown up with.

Time Out Chicago                                                         by Kris Vire

“There’s a lot to be admired in Popp’s production, such as cast standouts Colleen E. Miller and Anna Schutz (Peppermint Patty and Marcie, respectively, as slutty Mean Girls).”

Chicago Tribune                                                           by Nina Metz

“There are exactly two funny moments in the show. “She was all, ‘Whah whah whah, whah whah whah,'” says Patty in her snotty teen-speak.”

The Odd Couple: Female Version (Theatre) Grounded Theatre                                                 Olive Madison


by Elizabeth Macik

“….Colleen E. Miller’s Olive and Emily Finnelly’s Florence are perfectly paired…”
“Miller’s Olive is the original tomboy with a touch of femininity. She’s subtle and nuanced with a multi-layered matter-of-factness. Never relying on shouting to show despair, instead she commands the dialogue with enough subtextual honesty to keep the audience tuned in. Both women refuse to give into typical comedic conventions, finding instead interesting ways to explore their friendship.”

Dracula (Theatre)                                                       Village Players Theatre, Chicago                   Lucy Seward


Wednesday Journal                                         by Doug Deuchler 

“The acting is also solid and the pacing smooth”
“The accents were credible and consistent.”