Sophia Romma

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Reviews (4)
Calderon's Two Dreams
East Village
Theater Pizzazz

'This production did not delve into the deep. I mean that wicked deep from whence all dreams emerge and are extinguished...In reference to directorial style, the blunder of pollinating the stage with stooges who mimic revolutionary renegades as they save the banished Prince is a theatre faux pas...Nonetheless, the main action packed excitement created by the ethereal leading lady and steadfast King’s keeper are worth the entertainment." Full Review

Theater Pizzazz

for a previous production "Although there’s an absence of effective directing in this piece, Zenobia transforms from one character and settles like fine moss into portraying another, with exquisite finesse...Zenobia commands the space quite admirably, engaging the audience with poignant humor and social commentary on inherent racial biases...Isn’t a riveting aspect in the liturgy of theatre. However, Zenobia’s show candidly explores the ethnically ambiguous terrain." Full Review

Abu Casem's Slippers
East Village
Theater Pizzazz

"This handicapped production could have been an alluring spoof on the rendition of lurid 'Arabian Nights.' Perhaps the saucy poetic words of Strindberg chime better in Swedish, but sadly, the stale verse of this tale leaves an unsavory taste on an eager but discriminating spectator’s palate...There are uplifting moments...The narrow stage bursts in Technicolor reveries of wild terraces with overflowing fountains...Hassan, delightfully played by the animated actor, Kevin Vavasseur, is enchanti... Full Review

Theater Pizzazz

"As the audience nestled into their seats, compact and too close for comfort, the music foreshadowed the blossoming of passion, love, ardent youth, human hypocrisy, adultery, death and the fight for the glory of life...The 'LaBute New Theater Festival' is at times inspiring like a spring breeze teasing the remnants of a harsh winter. It’s worth soaking your feet in the frothy tide, but don’t expect to get lost in a spirited symphony of superior theater." Full Review