The heavenly ensemble of villagers and apostles garner more attention than any lead performer. But no ensemble member garners as much admiration as Raleigh native Carlita Victoria, whose evocative dancing is awe-inspiring. - Triangle Arts and Entertainment
Besides the laughs and fun songs, there are poignant moments as well. Carlita Victoria takes the audience through a number of those. Aside from her awesome singing of such blues songs as “God Bless the Child” and “Taint Nobody’s Business If I Do,” she also takes on the role of Rosa Parks, describing the day when Parks had finally had enough and refused to give up her seat on the Montgomery bus. - Examiner.com
"Victoria, who is also the dance captain, has an easy confidence, whether she’s dancing or belting out Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive.” Her passionate Rosa Parks monologue is the first weighty acting in the show, and she closes it with a soaring a capella rendition of “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around.” - Democrat & Chronicle
"At what can't be more than 5 feet tall, Ector carries a sass and voice that could fill someone three times her size. You can't help but fall in love with her quirky mannerisms and vibrant moves..." - Free Lance-Star
"The Dreams singing group was a core group of strong ladies. Lorrell Robinson (Carlita V. Ector) was the perkiest of the trio. She could get mad as a hatter one minute and then be warm and cuddly the next." - Show Biz Radio
Allee Willis, Co-author of the book & lyrics of the musical version of The Color Purple, sent our cast a fun video! See our response as well!
Carlita Ector does a wonderful job as Maybelle's daughter,
Little Inez." - Kettering-Oakwood Times
The groovy romp "Run and Tell That" led by characters Seaweed (Randy Aaron) and Little Inez (Carlita Victoria) ...bring home the important message of Hairspray
with unforgettable authenticity and artistry."