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TIME AFTER TIME

(Theo Ubique, 2012)

“The newfound star in the show is Pixley, whose radiant face, playful persona and glorious voice combine for total watchability.”

-Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun Times

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PIPPIN

(Circle Theatre, 2012)

Khaki Pixley as the widow Catherine brings welcome vulnerability to a show that has always had its chilly side.”

-Kerry Reid, Chicago Tribune

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THE BAKER’S WIFE

(Circle Theatre, 2011)

“...Khaki Pixley, a luminous, dark-eyed woman with a lovely voice and considerable charm”

-Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times

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A Little Night Music

(Circle Theatre, 2011)

“...under the gimlet eye of Patti Roeder's Madame Armfeldt, the stakes feel a bit more urgent. That comes through most clearly in Khaki Pixley's stellar rendition of "The Miller's Son," in which Pixley's saucy servant, Petra, lays out the need to love fully and unashamedly when young. "I'll not have been dead when I die," she declares. We believe her...”

-Kerry Reid, Chicago Tribune

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Khaki Pixley kills it as Kala. She has a sweet and soaring sound, and she really makes audiences feel the ardor and anguish of this mama ape.”

-ChicagolandMusicalTheatre