Larissa White, more commonly known as Lari King on the cold hard streets of karaoke, comically explores the wealth of emotions that come at the hand of being robbed at gunpoint, and the way her world perspective has shifted, for better and worse, since.
"Disarmingly goofy.." - Elliott Maguire, UK Horror Scene
"Larissa White, who always lights up a stage, perfectly embodies this confident character without any hesitation, and with much poise, sings like an angel too." Lynn Venhaus, Belleville News-Democrat
"Webster University student White is a real find in her New Line debut as Bonnie. Not only does she have a great voice, strong stage presence, and excellent chemistry with Pentecost; she also deftly navigates Bonnie’s evolution from wide-eyed neophyte to full-fledged partner in crime. She’s a performer to watch. - Michelle Kenyon, Snoops Theatre Thoughts
"Ms. White re-creates the blonde-bombshell thing anew with a girlish yet resigned attitude toward the whole affair." Richard T. Green, Talkin' Broadway
"Larissa White, as slithery Bonnie Parker, deliver their songs with bold, in-the-spotlight bravura.Her love song to Clyde, “How ’Bout a Dance?,” is supposed to be a popular hit of the Depression era; not only does Wildhorn give it that sound, but White’s pouty delivery evokes the style of the vocalists Bonnie would have loved (and imagined she sounded like)." Judith Newmark, St. Louis Post Dispatch