Show Boat

"From romantic teenager to headstrong woman, Brittany Santos expertly depicts the changes Magnolia goes through over the course of the show. Santos and Parnell deliver some of the score's most romantic songs, including "Make Believe" and "You are Love" with a beautiful clarity through rich performances that infuse Hammerstein's lyrics with meaning."

Gil Benbrook | Talkin' Broadway

"But what strikes you with this production, more than anything else, is the quality of the voices. The singing is impressive in all areas. Jamie Parnell as Gaylord and Brittany Santos as Magnolia get the second act tone to "Why Do I Love You" just right."

David Appleford | Valley Screen and Stage

West Side Story

"Brittany Santos, in the lead role of Maria, was a surprise. Her voice is outstanding, powerful, and has an angelic clarity that is perfect for the role [...] Physically, she fits the role as well, bringing a petite, youthful innocence with a burgeoning sense of self-determination. In her first scene, she is a timid and obedient young girl; in her final strut across the stage, she is a young woman who has looked tragedy in the eye and overcome some of the trials of adulthood."

Julinda D. Lewis | RVArt

"Brittany Santos [is] a radiant Maria whose gorgeous voice is pitch-perfect and demonstrates an impressive flexibility in both range and expression."

Linda Lowen |

"As Tony and Maria, Justin Luciano's and Brittany Santos' powerful voices are highlights of the production [...] Santos gives a consistently authentic performance..."

Jeremy Bustin | BroadwayWorld

"Musically, Brittany Santos takes on a somewhat more demanding role as Maria. She’s at the top of her form as the clearest and most articulate voice in the quintet “Tonight,” [...] Then she must abruptly switch tones for the sparkling, operetta-like “I Feel Pretty.” Tall and thin, Santos also delivers a sense of Maria’s vulnerable fragility."

James MacKillop | Syracuse New Times


"But amidst the character-driven chaos there are two talented young performers who stand out for their simple, refreshingly heartfelt performances - as well as their clear, warm voices. As Young Ebenezer and Belle, Logan Farine and Brittany Santos show rare chemistry in their blush of first love, as well as the difficulty of parting when Ebenezer chooses his bankbook over his betrothed. It may be a Christmas cliché, but their theatrical futures look bright."

Michael T. Mooney | BroadwayWorld

Fiddler on the Roof

"As the second to oldest daughter Hodel, Brittany Santos excels on her solo of 'Far from the Home I Love..."

Gil Benbrook | Talkin' Broadway

A Chorus Line

"Carrying the weight of the show’s biggest solo, “What I Did for Love,” is delicate Brittany Santos as Diana, who delivers deeply felt, heart-rending emotion. Santos also displays comic chops in “Nothing,” when the dancer Diana flees from acting classes calling for the embodiment of expressive action."

James MacKillop | Syracuse New Times

"The show moved me to tears on three occasions, none more so than Brittany Santos, expressing the dancer’s passion for us all with the moving standard “What I Did For Love."

Byran VanCampen |

"The entire cast more than capably fills out the mold left by the show's original actors. [...] There are also some wonderful character moments from Judy (Brittany Santos)."

Michael T. Mooney | BroadwayWorld