Reviews

 

Performance   (2010 - 2012)

“This visiting critic was happy to be introduced to (Manitoba) talents...I was particularly impressed by Sharon Bajer as Barbara...Bajer is unfailingly funny, but also effectively mines the sadness beneath Barbara’s sarcasm.”


(August: Osage County, 2012)


  1. J.Kelly Nestruk, The Globe and Mail




“...Sharon Bajer in particular has never been better. When you command attention with (Martha) Henry on stage, you have arrived at a career milestone.”


(August: Osage County, 2012)


Kevin Prokosh, Winnipeg Free Press




“Bajer amply proves she has the range to pull it off.”


(August: Osage County, 2012)


Joff Schmidt, CBC




Sharon Bajer is a dynamo, pulling off a real range of emotion. During one of many heated scenes, her constant and creative cursing resulted in the play’s biggest laughs.”


(August: Osage County, 2012)


Jared Story, Uptown Magazine




“With her typical proficiency, Sharon Bajer plays all the supporting characters.”


(The Secret Mask, 2011)


Kevin Prokosh, Winnipeg Free Press




“Playing several supporting roles - principally Mae, a speech therapist - Sharon Bajer rounds out the cast with a fine performance.”


(The Secret Mask, 2011)


Joff Schmidt, CBC




“Sharon Bajer plays several roles, including a speech therapist, and facilitates the scenes superbly.”


(The Secret Mask, 2011)


Jared Story, Uptown Magazine




“A controlled Bajer offers glimpses of the cracks in Maria's unflappable demeanour after a one-night stand with a younger male clerk from her office.”


(Generous, 2011)


Kevin Prokosh, Winnipeg Free Press




“The always reliable Bajer exhibits big hair and a big heart as good ole gal Truvy, while Dinn's Shelby is all sweet spunk.”


(Steel Magnolias, 2010)


Kevin Prokosh, Winnipeg Free Press




“Sharon Bajer plays two women, Pope Joan and an older businesswomen, who get by playing like men, and she nails them both.”


(Top Girls, 2010) 


Kevin Prokosh, Winnipeg Free Press