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A selection of reviews from Jordan's performances.

"Nimble Shakespeare & Company newcomer Jordan Cobb shines with a Rosalind-like grace and intelligence as the much sought-after Anne Page and Puckish swaggering and impudence as the Hostess of the Garter."

- Jeffrey Borak's Berkshire Eagle review of The Merry Wives of Windsor

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"The beautiful Ms. Cobb is a joy to watch as the snarky-yet-coy Gravide. She is able to take a character that could have been overbearing to watch if only played as angry, and makes her very appealing as Gravide's fates in life change. It's fun to watch a strong actress take on a strong role."

- StageBuddy's review of The Other Other Woman

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"Jordan Cobb effects the more refined expression of genteel Katherine, reflecting perfectly her onset of caring and self-questioning after witnessing Jane's near death."

- AudioFile Magazine's review of Deathless DivideWinner of AudioFile Earphones Award

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"Jordan Cobb is the perfect guide through this story based on West African folklore. ... [Her] strong voice captures the ferocity in Crown Princess Karina's actions as she attempts to regain a position of power."

- AudioFile Magazine's review of A Song of Wraiths and Ruin

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"Jordan Cobb's Makiyah teetered beautifully between a woman trying to live quietly and an inner goddess - too powerful to fully control."

- Classical NYC Review's review of RETCON

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"The tragedy of Chel and Peter, introduced through the opposing timestream narrative structure, takes on a new form when Cobb plays Chel as cheerful, reckless, adventurous, and curious. Cobb is going to pull our hearts out. When you already know whatever is going to happen isn’t good, it becomes that much harder to get listeners to invest in that character; Cobb makes it effortless to love Chel."

- Elena Fernandez Collins' Best in 2018 Podcasting List (Janus Descending featured in Production, and Jordan Cobb featured in Best Performances)

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"While there are occasionally other voices–and, at times, the two leads do talk to each other–the single-narrator framework of each episode allows Cobb’s writing to shine. For Chel, each monologue is rich and intimate, blending in a deep love for her work with the sweet interpersonal touches between herself and Peter–mixing with her need to do well and prove herself. Cobb’s performance as the lead shows her range not only as a writer but also as an actress, moving deftly between the heavy emotions and the light banter."

- Wil William's review of Janus Descending

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