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REVIEWS

THE MENTEE

“The full-blooded performances by the actors stand out against the black walls and the two-dimensional chalk-drawn set (by Mark Demaio). Verleny's callous performance as the stretched-too-thin mother, has an earthy quality that collides with Brandes' Chet who brings a poetic loftiness to his role.” 

STARSHIP ASTROV

“Other performances of note are given by Christine Verleny as Sparky, the member of the crew that has the most to lose with Professor Cole's announcement. Verleny is particularly effective in her scenes with Walter Brandes' Captain January.” Stagebuzz.com


“Christine Verleny is engaging and likable as "Sparky," who has a bit of a thing for Captain January.” Nytheatre.com

CRAZY FOR THE DOG

“…the capable cast is always watchable, particularly Schmidt as the surly sister and Christine Verleny as Sarah, Jenny’s long-suffering sister-in-law.”


 

“Verleny gives a sensitive performance in the thankless role of a wife caught between her husband and his family.”

MOONLIGHT AND LOVE SONGS

“The other actors are equally gifted. Christine Verleny as Jim’s dying mother and D. H. Johnson as his liberal minded father bring to the play the understanding of the rule, not the exception. “

“They are but two in this wonderful ensemble of seven fine actors, with a special mention going to the two women who play the sister of one and the mother of the other. Kathryn Markey and Christine Verleny both bring vibrancy to their scenes and great insight into the "lost in love" couple.”

FAMOUS FOR FIFTEEN YEARS

 
“Among the standouts is Christine Verleny as Venus Envy, one of Warhol's -- sorry, Harlow's -- freaky, fun crowd. Slinky, streetwise, confident, and catty,  Verleny's Venus demands our respect and complicity.” TheaterMania.com 

MEASURE FOR MEASURE 

  Christine Verleny is all grace in the thankless role of Mariana, Angelo's unfairly spurned betrothed who gets a more-bitter-than-sweet second chance at the union. She's also very funny as Francesca, a nun in Isabella's order, who is all business with the novitiates but all girlish giggles in the presence of a strange man.” Nytheater.com

THE LION TAMER

“In Lion Tamer, Christine Verleny has a sinuous, strong presence.” Backstage


“In Lion Tamer, the boldest and most memorable piece, a man gets a sexy and scenic real estate tour. Christine Verleny and Justin R.G. Holcomb smolder in their carnal banter, but their unique circumstances would be hard to swallow were it not for the commitment that these comic heavyweights make to be playful.” Stage Buzz

AMERICAN RAPTURE 

  Christine Verleny is a mighty presence onstage, and I was only sad not to see more of her.”