Renee Claire Bergeron sang the role of Ruth with appropriate matronliness (reminding one of Angela Lansbury roles) and good control over a vocal range which was very low. Ms. Bergeron managed to handle the low notes without giving into the temptation to belt it out.”
 -“New Territory for Boheme Opera Company In Gilbert & Sullivan’s “Pirates
of Penzance”
from Town Topics (Princeton, NJ), April 2010

“Keeping the holy rollers moving along in great fashion was Renee Claire Bergeron as Mother Superior, Sister Mary Regina. Renee was perfect as the authoritarian reverend mother and led this variety show with her special wit and wonder in A Difficult Transition, Turn up the Spotlight, and An Unexpected Discovery.”
 -“Arizona Broadway Theatre’s Nunsense: Truly a Glorious Habit
from AZ Weekly Magazine, August 2016

Renee Claire Bergeron displays operatic flair singing about the importance of avoirdupois for hitting high notes.”
 -"Diet Monologues-The Musical
” from Backstage, February 2007

“The divinely talented Renee Claire Bergeron is hysterical as Reverend Delphina, and she brilliantly shows off her operatic training as Diva DeLuxe.”
 -“Diet Monologues-The Musical” from Show Business Weekly, February 2007