Milo is exceptional in her portrayal of Vail. She is statuesque, curvy, speaks with a Southern drawl, and sings with spice and sexy confidence that knocks men to their knees and makes women admire her.
Electronic Urban Report
Gina Milo plays Martha as if the part were written for her. She’s an excellent comedienne replete with southern accent, habitually flirty demeanor, smarter-than-she-seems innocence, and below-the-surface tenderness.
Woman Around Town
The number that was a show-stopper in the original is now handled by Gina Milo as Martha Vail, “I Was a Shoo-In” is still a show-stopper, thanks to Milo’s perky, sexy and enticing rendition. Years were bridged in the York offering on opening night with Phyllis Newman, who won a Tony as best supporting actress in the original, sitting in the audience and applauding Milo.
Wolf Entertainment Guide
"The comedic Gina Milo, whose song is the hardest in the show...with vocal gymnastics and acting tour de force piece, it is easy to see why Phyllis Newman won the Tony over Barbra Streisand."
Times Square Chronicles