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Stephanie Sanchez / Press

“Stephanie Dianna Sanchez, the former Stephanie Jordan, is best known locally as.... powerhouse singer in...Fantasy at Luxor.”

“Singer Stephanie (Sanchez)... injects her powerful vocals into nearly every dance scene..she serves as an enthusiastic connection between the audience and the dancers...(Sanchez) flawlessly executes several classic songs while remaining sultry and playful.”

“...the music is top-notch.....she is a genuinely gifted singer...Trust your own ears on this, or believe (Ryan) Greene, who has worked with some great vocalists, ranging from Robin Zander to Anita Baker. “She’s amazing, honestly,” he says. “These tracks are awesome. She is as good as it gets”

“....standout performance by Stephanie (Sanchez).”

“Stephanie (Sanchez). Throughout a wide range of styles and songs, (Sanchez) shows off her incredible voice. She compliments the company well, and manages to truly be a part of the cast rather than a stand-apart singer that is so often seen in this town.”

“The show is highlighted by the dazzling vocals of songstress Stephanie (Sanchez)...”

“Stephanie (Sanchez) carries over as the right singer for this gig. She has a body that blends right in with the dancers, and yet her lusty vocals give the effort a needed dimension beyond pure eye candy. Singing to recorded tracks is never ideal, but she never lets it bother her.”

“.....(Stephanie Sanchez) delivers her own "Goin' to Vegas" with a pride of ownership, and gives the same lusty gusto to the old standbys.”

“The most talented cast member is not actually one of the dancers but singer Stephanie (Sanchez).... Every moment she is on stage, (Sanchez) delivers with enough flair, good humor and enthusiasm to suggest that she will eventually find a bigger spotlight for her talents than Fantasy.”

“...I was thrilled by (Stephanie's).... voice.The samples offered, like "Lady Dancer" and "Door to Yesterday," show that (Sanchez) makes her own brooding and sultry music that I am sure rips hard live. ”