“One of the best cabaret performers Adelaide has to offer”
“A brilliant portrayal. ★★★★★”
“Superb, stunning and simply sublime...moving and hypnotic, more than worthy of the standing ovation”
“A beautifully written and musically sumptuous experience ”
“This audience was captivated”
"The closest you’ll get to Piaf in this day and age”
“An astonishing voice, packed with knockout power and an ability to wrench emotion out of lyrics”
“A blazing life force...Melbourne has hosted some outstanding portraits of great singers — Exposing Edith is there with the best.”
“The interpretation is so near to perfect and the resemblance to Piaf so uncanny, I felt tingles down my spine.”
“Burger, in all essence, could be Piaf.” Australian Stage
“The audience could have been listening to the ‘Little Sparrow’ herself! ★★★★★”
“One word - sensational. Fully deserved the standing ovation! ★★★★★”
"... Burger is in fine form, after the first few minutes her voice strong and her hand gestures always creative and new. The seeming simplicity of the production ensures the emotional impact of the songs … For all lovers of French music, Piaf and her life Exposing Edith is certainly one sparrow that flies.”
"Burger captures the spirit of Piaf...in a voice of uncanny beauty.”
"Thanks for such a wonderful performance on Saturday. Michaela has the most amazing voice. I’m not surprised at all that she and Greg were so well received at the Backstage Club! Let’s get them both back on the radio again soon!"
The almost-as-diminutive-as-the-woman-she's-honouring Michaela Burger is simply amazing in her renditions of Piaf's biggest numbers. Accompanied on guitar by Greg Wain, the pair all-but blow the roof off La Boheme... Burger's capacity for storytelling matches her passion for Piaf's life, and her strong stage presence makes her stories about the star's fascinating life captivating...While this show might take on a standard format, it is anything but standard in its realisation."
"Exposing Edith is a charming piece of cabaret that delves into the highs and lows of Edith Piaf's life. A beautiful show that held the audience throughout."