Work + Press

PERFORMANCe clips

Fairytale by Sara Bareilles, The Duplex Cabaret, New York City

I Could Be Jewish For You by Nikko Benson, The Duplex Cabaret, New York City

Everything I Know from In The Heights, The Duplex Cabaret, New York City

A Soft Place To Land from Waitress, The Duplex Cabaret, New York City

All Girl Band from A...My Name is Alice, The Duplex Cabaret, New York City

Flying Away from Shining Lives: The Musical, The Duplex Cabaret, New York City

 

PRODUCTION STILLS & BTS

PRESS

Liz Dikinson as Holly, a self-proclaimed ‘fag hag’ and the owner of a candle shop where Luke works, gives the most skillful performance. Her witty lines are delivered succinctly with just the right amount of sarcasm and self-awareness.
— Morgan Golumbuk on Next Fall for Plays To See: International Theatre Reviews
Holly, played by Liz Dikinson, is the fearless friend that harmonizes questioning and assuaging. She provides the calm between the storm, not through neutrality but in sympathetic love for everyone she meets.
— Roselind Romero on Next Fall for The Miami Laker.
The acting is solid, often deliberately exaggerated to emphasize the characters’ comically deep self-involvement...Dikinson’s Angela is a pragmatic cynic, and Ramirez gets to go on a little journey when Allison briefly morphs into a Stepford Wife wannabe.
— Christine Dolen on US Drag for The Miami Herald
The musical, though relevant and well-written, would be missing a certain je ne sais quoi without the fiery energy the large ensemble brings to the stage...
— Roselind Romero on Spring Awakening for The Miami Laker
Salazar and Rodriguez are enchanting as the play’s leads, along with the rest of the cast, all of whom seem to experience opposite scenarios, yet overlap in their need to find love and salvation.
— Roselind Romero on Spring Awakening for The Miami Laker
The ensemble, Emily Barona, William Cadena, Andre Gabois, Stephen Gair, Mariah Jimenez, Cameron Jordan, Aaron Matthews, Meagan Nagy, Aly Pentagelo, Eliana Parenti, Patrick Rodriguez, Rheanna Salazar, and Corey Vega, all make memorable characters, each powerfully telling their own story, one that speaks to their individual character’s predicament, and to the larger scheme of teenage life.
— Roselind Romero on Spring Awakening for The Miami Laker