Reviews

Rapunzel: Downtown Cabaret Theatre

 

"Carolyn Savoia shows us another wonderful side of her myriad of acting talents in the role of Euclid, who is Rapunzel's talking bird friend. Animal sidekicks to human protagonists can often be the voices of reason in children's shows or movies. Euclid is an example of that, in this show. This is a highly likable and entertaining character that commands the audience's attention with a very pleasant puppet bird with flapping wings. Carolyn Savoia clearly has a lot of fun with this role that she maximizes with her highly talented portrayal."

- Sean Fallon, BroadwayWorld.com

Snow White: Downtown Cabaret Theatre

 

"The Downtown Cabaret Children's Theatre has found a new star in actress Carolyn Savoia who excels in her Downtown Cabaret Children's Theatre debut, in the leading role of Snow White. Her amazing acting, singing, and dancing combine with her strong stage chemistry with the rest of the cast. Among her numerous talents is the unique ability to remain totally still during the scene in which she is under the poison apple's curse which puts her into a deep sleep."

- Sean Fallon, BroadwayWorld.com

An Evening Of One Acts: Ridgefield Theater Barn

 

"This high speed one act has excellent comedic pacing between highly talented actresses Carolyn SavoiaKimberly Marcus, and Kelly Kirby who all keep the audiences' attention while being on stage together the whole time, yet never directly interacting with each other, rather each one addressing the audience describing her own experience with the man, Stan, and her feelings about him and his behavior. This concept totally works for this one act, largely because these three incredible actresses manage to successfully play off each others' energy, even without direct interaction between their characters."

- Sean Fallon, BroadwayWorld.com

An Evening Of One Acts: Ridgefield Theater Barn

 

Also by Adam Szudrich is "One Night Stan" (directed by Nancy Ponturo), featuring a syncopated triptych of single women of various ages and temperaments -- vibrantly brought to life by Carolyn SavoiaKimberly Marcus, and Kelly Kirby -- performing a sequence of amusing anecdotes that describe their dissimilar experiences with a guy named Stan.

- Bruce Apar, BroadwayWorld.com