The Nether Review - Taboo Play Leaves You Speechless
...it was an acting battle between the youngest actress, Brighid Fleming, and the oldest actor, Dakin Matthews. Both were equally as seasoned and stole the show.
Adolescent Brighid Fleming is the emotional center of the story as Iris, a virtual girl upon whom men project their sexual desires in a fantasy world.... it's an intricate performance, handled sensitively by a haunting young actress.
The Hideaway in Nether
...a beautiful little girl with golden ringlets and puffed sleeves: Iris, who obviously dotes on him. Iris (Brighid Fleming) is a true coquette, dancing and twirling and obviously fulfilling his every fantasy.
Theater Review: Ethical quandaries buzz in 'The Nether'
Keller...is aided immeasurably by the preternatural maturity of Fleming, who looks like she's in junior high but has the professionalism of an established pro. ...Fleming is the one who commands our attention, adopting the outward facade of an adolescent while subtly projecting the consciousness of a person decades older.
Legit Review: ‘The Nether’
...a little girl named Iris, played by the remarkable Brighid Fleming, who’s a deadringer for Kirsten Dunst in “Interview With the Vampire.”
'The Nether’ Entertains While Tickling the Brain
Iris is—in Fleming’s delicate rendering—a character every bit deserving of pity, worship, and love.
REVIEW: “THE NETHER” – WORLD PREMIERE OF A PLAY ABOUT LIFE IN VIRTUAL REALITIES
Fleming, the youngest cast member was a particular standout in the role of nine-year-old “Iris” – a virtual girl with some dark secrets. Her doll-like face, accentuated by big curls and vintage dresses serve her Janus-faced disposition as the actress shifts from squeals of delight to icy stares when “the rules” are violated.
Young Actors Gattlin Griffith and Brighid Fleming to lead Jason Reitman's "Labor Day"
Brighid Fleming beat out a slew of other young actresses for the role of Eleanor, a mysterious love interest for Griffith who seems infinitely more knowledgeable about the world than he does.
...12-year-old Brighid Fleming gives an exceptional performance, playing a disturbed child with heart-wrenching conviction.
Tulsa Film Festival Interview with director Vanessa Rojas
She has such presence and her eyes are so expressive. She’s subtle. A lot is going on under the surface, but she doesn’t let it all out. There’s something cagey about that makes her fascinating to watch.
"Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You" and "The Actor's Nightmare," Morgan-Wixson Theatre
...a fact made hilariously apparent in the character of Thomas (who’s actually a young girl, the angelically precocious Brighid Fleming), who follows each command with the dewy brainwashed grin of an embryonic Scientologist.
Theater Review: Durang Comedies Strike a Bold Dark Nerve
Fleming’s Thomas is actually the most controlled performance, no surprise as the program reveals her to be possibly the most seasoned...
The Tale of Two plays
Fleming was a delight to watch.
Sister Mary Ignatius and The Actor’s Nightmare at Morgan-Wixson
Brighid Fleming plays Thomas, her young disciple, with charmingly blithe but earnest repetition of the catechism. It was halfway through the play that I realized the pious young boy might possibly be being played by a girl, but wasn’t sure until the curtain call, where her hair was down and she had donned her dress, that I was certain.
“Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You/The Actor’s Nightmare”: Now-May 29 @ Morgan-Wixson Theatre
Little Brighid Fleming who plays Thomas, the Sister’s student, was perfect – innocent as stuffed animals.
Reviews of Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You and The Actor’s Nightmare
...as she lavishes attention on seven-year-old Thomas, played to perfection by Brighid Fleming.
Wait Until Dark
young Fleming is an absolute delight as Gloria-and the antithesis
of the stereotypical "child actor."
of the stereotypical "child actor."
THEATER BEAT: Woyzeck
And tiny Brighid Fleming tells the play's signature fable - about a boy living in a dead world - with disarming command.
Actors Help Overambitious Play
...Also wonderful is the Child, played by 9-year-old Brighid Fleming, who is willowy and angelic, and adds an honesty to the show that is very welcome.
"One of my all time favorites. I love this child - she mesmerized me. What an old soul. Deep eyes filled with so much life in such a short time. She is a true natural...a real star. What a focused child. She will go very far."