Nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Indie for 'Good Works' at Darlinghurst Theatre Company
"Lucy Goleby was remarkable."
- Joy Minter, The Buzz from Sydney
"(Goleby) often peeps rather than meeting his male gaze but when she consistently eyes him towards the end of the piece… wow... Her subtle characterisation has the human failings of every person there."
- Judith Greenaway, Sydney Arts Guide
"Goleby is very good here, especially when the young woman’s mask of civility slips away."
- Jason Blake, SMH
"Actors Lucy Goleby and Brandon McClelland prove themselves to be highly accomplished in the piece. Goleby’s intensity, although quiet and contained, is a captivating study of Elle, a woman gripped by insecurity and irrational anxiety. She keeps us inquisitive, and terrified, by her authentic manifestation of a person that we sometimes find ourselves being."
"The brilliant Lucy Goleby gave a wonderfully witty performance as the Lady of the Night. Having previously seen her playing the straight edge matron in the Sport for Jove’s production of ‘Fallen,’ seeing her embody such a contrasting role so expertly in Hidden Sydney was enthralling – a true testament to her acting prowess."
- Abi, The Plus Ones
"...and the cold, almost unflappable matron (Lucy Goleby). The actors create a tight ensemble with strong performances all around, anchored by Goleby's excellent portrayal of the matron. Barely raising her voice above a hushed tone and maintaining a contained stillness, Goleby radiates an steely authority, while conveying the character's loneliness."
- Jo Litson, Limelight Magazine.
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