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Speech Impediments & Accents*

*Featured in the NYTimes!
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Speech and Debate

By Stephen Karam

Directed by Jessica Holt

(Barrington Stage Company)

"Which brings me, most happily, to a comic dynamo named Betsy Hogg, who delivers a sustained electric charge..."


"Hogg is flat-out hilarious as Diwata..."

"...she is unmistakably the driving force throughout."

-Dan Aucoin, The Boston Globe 

"Hogg is a delight in this role, making the teenager tremendously appealing and revolting at the same time."

-J. Peter Bergman, The Berkshire Edge

"...a phenomenal performance..."

-Bob Goepfert, The Record

Mrs. Christie

"Betsy Hogg is terrific. She displays a unique talent for the understated....she enters and enters and enters, destroying time and delivering breakfast...both funny and alarming simultaneously...wonderful to watch."


"...a clever, courageous young woman...with the clipped, British sense of 'house in order' that is classic Christie. Hogg is a distinct asset to this production."

-J. Peter Bergman, The Berkshire Edge

"...created a really dimensional character as the secretary-friend Charlotte, at once witty, charming and caring."

-Jim Lowe, Rutland Herald


-Berkshire on Stage

By Heidi Armbruster

Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

(Dorset Theatre Festival)

The Miracle Worker

By William Gibson

Directed by Brant Russell

(Queens Theatre)

"...a Broadway veteran who masks Annie’s fear of failure with an air of brash self-confidence."

-Mark Lord, Queens Chronicle

"The cast is truly what makes this show a standout. Betsy Hogg, who plays Sullivan, is fiery and witty..."

-Jennifer Khedaroo, Forest Hills Times


"Curtain Set to Rise on Helen Keller Play"

Promotional Piece, NY1

"...engaging work by Betsy Hogg as Molly, a role she played in the closing Broadway company. Hogg fills Molly with grit and spirit as well as a young adolescent’s yearning for first love in her rapport with the boy who becomes known as Peter Pan."

-Mark Bretz, Ladue News

"Betsy Hogg is delightful as Molly..."

-Bellville News-Democrat

"Hogg, with her shining face and precision braids, is just as appealing."

-Judith Newmark, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Milford as the Boy and Hogg as Molly command the stage with their winning performances and strong chemistry."

-Snoop's Theatre Thoughts

Peter and the Starcatcher

By Rick Elice

Directed by Blake Robison

(Repertory Theatre of St. Louis)

On Borrowed Time

By Paul Osborn

Directed By Joel Grey

(Two River Theater)

"Betsy Hogg acts...with grace and restraint until the character becomes an unlikely hero, at which point Betsy’s Marcy glows."

-Philip Dorian, Scene on Stage

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

"...Betsy Hogg has a disarming sweetness as stuttering Mary MacGregor..."

-David Rooney, Variety

"a marvelously poignant performance."

-Scott Harrah, The Villager

By Jay Presson Allen

Directed by Scott Elliott

(The New Group)

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