“Magnetic”

"The magnetic Annika Bergman portrays an independent and savvy Sally Bowles, who in other productions often is reduced to a clueless waif...Bergman never lets us forget that Sally has mastered the art controlling her own life."

-Theatrius

“Maybe This Time is one of the highlights for the dark evening.”

"Bergman is goth cute, yet a dark Sally who is enchanting. She navigates the moving anthem “Maybe This Time” which is one of the highlights for the dark evening." -VMedia

—VMedia


 

"It takes a truly gifted actor to deliver... embody... Sally Bowles. Thank you for crafting the depth essential for this character...One of THE finest performances I've ever witnessed on a local stage."

-Vicki Victoria

 
 

“Sensitive, Polished, Complex.”

"Annika Bergman's sensitive, polished, complex interpretation of Sally Bowles gives an extra dimension of dramatic and vocal depth to a show that is already riveting from start to finish." - Avi Jacobson 

— Avi Jacobson

“Fully Engaging.”

"Annika Bergman (is) fully engaging and carries the story easily. Bergman is a charmer with a lovely voice. Without a trace of the criminal fervor, in her partner, she is entirely confident and likeable in Bonnie's It Girl dreams and unshakeable love for Clyde. Bergman and Shultz are a complimentary pair."

-East Bay Times

 

“multifaceted!”

When Maggie’s selfie-addicted friend Elizabeth (multifaceted Annika Bergman) comes in like a storm, grinning like the Cheshire Cat, I have to laugh. 

Theatrius

“Perfect sexy flirt and swagger!”

Annika Bergman delivers real life character Evelyn Nesbit with the perfect sexy flirt and swagger. Her role in a larger production would feature her famous swing, yet the clever Bergman recreates that mood with a wonderful tone."

-Vince Media


 

“played to heartbreaking perfection by Bergman”

The role that really got me was Annika Bergman’s “Elizabeth”…Elizabeth has been in a state of unshakable denial about Maggie’s death, which Elizabeth never processed.It’s this sort of denial – played to heartbreaking perfection by Bergman – that broke me. Specifically, it was her karaoke-style rendition of “Time After Time”, stopping when it becomes to painful to continue. I can’t recall the last time an otherwise cliché character moved me so much.