Dr. Wink (Molly Gilman) [...] also doubles as Alison, Pinkalicious’ sassy friend. [...] Ms. Gilman, too, was charismatic and charming, always grabbing the children’s attention with energetic delivery and choreographed motion.

~ "Roberta on the Arts" by
Dr. Roberta E. Zlokower

It’s wonderful to see children’s theater meet the standards we use to judge adult productions. In that respect, Pinkalicious is, indeed, in the pink... [with] the strong-voiced and charismatic Molly Gillman as Dr. Wink and Allison.

~ New Theater Corps, reviewed by Cait Weiss

...4-year-old Aleah... loves all things pink... [and] her cousin, Molly Gilman, will be starring as Pinkalicious. “I love it when she sings,” Aleah says... “I don’t think you guys are going to mind her singing at all.”

~ Aleah Rosner in Nancy Churnin’s Kid Beat Article (end of page)

Molly Gilman’s (Ariel) singing and recorder playing were a lovely ethereal presence — that, plus Kenneth Scott Thompson’s performance … were bright points in the evening.

~, reviewed by Ashley Griffin

First Produced in 1932, “The Late Christopher Bean” still has plenty to say about greed, the artificial world of art and the snobbism of class.

~ Independent Press, reviewed by Liz Keill

[with] Molly Gilman… in a fetching and sympathetic role [as] Abby.

Maria, Andrew, and Toby’s confederate, Fabian, is aptly played by ASC rookie Molly Gilman. Gilman is terrific in this role and she is equally impressive musically. She has a beautiful singing voice… She brought the house at Hollins down…

~ Mid-Atlantic Traveler

Simply put, Bronies: The Musical is the feel-best show in town. …the show’s real-life characters are more authentic now, a subtle tone shift that adds to the emotional punch of Bronies’ “It Gets Better” message because… we can believe in them. …Bronies’ full-cast production numbers, the production’s stellar ensemble of seventeen execute with abundant flair.
Barlow’s vivacious Madison, Gilman’s spunky Paige, and Gelsomini’s quirky Keith are all three winners

~ StageSceneLA, reviewed by Steven Stanley

I’ve heard that song 7,000 times,
and that was one of the best!

~   Sean McCourt at interAct Sings
on MG’s rendition of “The Wizard and I”

More “Bronies!” reviews here

As the cat who spurs Einstein to think outside the box and stick to his theories, Molly Gilman has a ball. Freed from any possible social conventions, she can give attitude, have intellectually stimulating conversations, or just be a cat.

~ Pasadena Star-News, reviewed
Frances Baum Nicholson

Mrs. Claus (Cookie), played by Molly Gilman, who bears a striking resemblance… to the divine miss Bette Midler, comes to the Santa Monica Playhouse. … This hip musical is a thoroughly modern look at the goings on in Santa’s Toy Shop… And while Santa is missing from the Santa Monica stage, filling his shoes quite successfully is Cookie, who learns to embrace her feminist power, delighting the audience in our City of Angels.

~ The Tolucan Times, revw’d by Bonnie Priever

Hula Frog ranked All About Santa #2 on their “Fab Family Shows” Hot List

Many of Antin’s scenes are credible and effective, and they’re capably rendered by director Jim Blanchette and faithfully served by the actors, particularly Gilman and Coopersmith. ~ Stage Raw, reviewed by Neal Weaver

This cast gave consummate performances… Molly Gilman was sweet and sincere as Carrie… Note-worthy are the vocals. These talented troubadours delivered each song beautifully giving strong emotional context to the story. ~ NoHo Arts District, reviewed by Dianne Williams