Beehive: The 60s Musical
​Arlington Heights, IL

"​​​​[...] and then as we moved forward in time into the 1970’s Janis Joplin and the 'peace movement' handled by Halle Bins to perfection."
                                                                 - Alan Bresloff,   Around the Town Chicago

"But Metropolis' production has its merits. Among them is Bins' nicely subdued "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" and her grand performance as Janis Joplin (she makes "Cry Baby's" anguished wails beautiful)."
                                                                                               - Barbara Vitello, Daily Herald

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
​West Bloomfield, MI

" Halle Bins brings ​​​​​​​​​​​heart and a great voice to Olive Ostrovsky. [...] Bins' “The I Love You Song” is one of the finest interpretations of that scene that I have seen."
                                                                                                     - Ron Bauman,​ A2 View

" Olive is the simplest character, but her portrayer, Bins, has ​​​​​​​​one of the prettiest voices. Her first solo, "My Friend, the Dictionary," gave me chills. And "The I Love You Song" has nice harmonies, but when Bins sings "Mama, mama, mama" during the song's chorus, it's heart wrenching and beautiful, earning Bins one of the loudest applauses of the evening."
                                                                                             -Dana Casale, EncoreMichigan