"Heathers" Review - DC Metro Arts (2016)
Whaley’s Heather Chandler a model of perfectly groomed sadism in “Candy Store” and “The Me Inside of Me.”
"Caroline or Change" Review - MD Theatre Guide (2016)
"Tiara Whaley is absolutely magical as the “shiftless” fourteen-year-old daughter of Caroline, Emmie Thibodeaux. One of many flawless number s in this nearly perfect production is “Roosevelt Petrucius Coleslaw.” In this upbeat schoolyard romp, the children of the play take center stage, explaining their opposing relationships with money. It is pure childish joy."
"Caroline or Change" Review - DC Theatre Scene (2016)
"And similarly Tiara Whaley plays Emmie, Caroline’s daughter, with youthful pride and vigor, letting the audience glimpse into the changing world of the sixties. Both roles could so easily be handled without care, left to the mawkish and stargazing. But Van Slyke and Whaley prove young mastery and give the show its pulse."
"Once on This Island" Review (2015)
"Tiara Whaley’s Ti Moune is astounding. Whaley has the large innocent eyes and gorgeous melodic voice of a Disney princess. Every fiber of her being seems to pulse with hope, longing, passion, determination, and strength. Although you can probably see what is coming, your heart breaks along with hers as if you too are experiencing her devastating sorrow."
"All Shook Up" Review (2014)
"Tiara Nicole Whaley (Lorraine) and Michael Luongo (Dean) appealingly portray the juvenille would-be lovers, and come through with some of the best musical moments in the show"
"Legally Blonde: the Musical" Review (2012)
"Barbara Walker (Vivienne Kensington), Sydney Hastain (Margot), Meagan Valle (Serena), Tiara Whaley (Pilar), Lauren Gates (Enid Hoopes), Caroline Colino (Chutney Wyndham), and Tyler Bristow (Dewy/Kyle) are all in supporting roles although the word “supporting” does not give justice to the amazing and individual creation of their characters and talent each one of them served up."
Broadway World Baltimore Awards (2012)
Best Acting Ensemble (Specific Production) - Cabaret - Milburn Stone Theatre
"Hairspray" Review (2011)
"Tiara N. Whaley really stood out as Little Inez with easily the best voice in the cast."