Little Women

“When Jo’s sister Meg (a tart, intelligent Christine Weber) unleashes a spectacular rant about the ‘joys’ of motherhood, she’s basically a post-bellum Ali Wong.” -Chris Hewitt, Star Tribune

“We loved…Christine Weber as big sister Meg (her second-act mommy meltdown is brilliant)…” -Pamela Espeland, MinnPost

“The titular ‘little’ women of the title are played by Jo (C. Michael Menge), Christine Weber (Meg), Megan Burns (Amy), and Isabella Star LaBlanc (Beth). It’s a strong quartet, with some particular memorable material given to and performances by Weber and Menge. One of the play’s joys is watching the sisters break out of their normal reserve, especially when they rant.” -Amy Donahue, Twin Cities Arts Reader

“The oldest sister, Meg, brings a tender maturity to her more conventional role, and then nails a terrific, desperate monologue in Act 2, after she's married and at the end of her tether caring for twin babies.” -Karen Bovard, Broadway World

“Part of the vitality of this particular Little Women is due to the delightful cast, who features a treasure trove of local actresses and a warm chemistry that perfectly mimics that of a home of girls… Weber has a stoic optimism as big sister Meg…” -Compendium

Twelfth Night

"Weber's Olivia moves from sweet sadness to giddy delight when she falls for Cesario, and then rapturous bliss when she happens on Sebastian." -Dana Oland, Idaho Statesmean


As You Like It

"(Rosalind's) friend and protector Celia, played by the radiant Christine Weber, joins her on the journey."

"...and Weber's Celia is luminous." -Dana Oland, Idaho Statesman

“Christine Weber as (Celia) was a great balance for the feminine represented on the stage, and a voice of reason for her cousin.” -Teresa Rodrick, Broadway World

The Winter's Tale

"As mother-daughter pair Hermione and Perdita, O'Neill and Weber are regal and empathetic: there aren't many actresses who could stand in a forest in a handmade dress and a wreath of flowers and look unmistakably like royalty, but Weber is certainly one." -Jay Gabler, TC Daily Planet

“But a powerful female trio, given terrific embodiment at the Guthrie by Helen Carey, Michelle O'Neill and Christine Weber, serves as the heart and soul of this Shakespearean classic.” -Rohan Preston, Star Tribune


A Christmas Carol

“The end of the engagement between young Scrooge...and Belle (Christine Weber) is handled with gravity and poignance...” -Jay Gabler, TC Daily Planet


See You Next Tuesday

See You Next Tuesday is still an easily recommendable show, though, because those two cads are lucky enough to be played by Sid Solomon and Christine Weber; even better, they get to hang out with Shad Cooper and Leigha Horton as Solomon's brother and sister-in-law. The perfectly-cast quartet have crackerjack comic timing, and they romp through the play's lighter scenes like bears jumping in puddles of honey.” -Jay Gabler, TC Daily Planet


Amazons and Their Men

"The four person cast turns in a quartet of strong performances...Equally terrific on stage is Christine Weber as "the Extra" - the play's primary narrator...The Extra's sympathy for the plight of her fellow actors, as well as that of the Frau, helps the audience to connect with all of them in ways which might not otherwise have been possible. The character carries a lot of the freight for this story, and Weber handles the balancing act most skillfully." -Matthew A. Everett,