OFF-NIGHT REPERTORY PRESS and REVIEWS



WHAT THE PRESS IS SAYING ABOUT>
OFF-NIGHT REPERTORY THEATER



“Ultimately, this production of Address Unknown does justice to writer Kathrine Kressman's piece, now translated into ten languages and made into a film. Highly recommended”
--WANTED IN ROME -Paul Anthem, 11/12/2005

"[With] Zapping, Gaby Ford's Off-Night Repertory theater is back in full hilarious swing. This season features a zany collection of sometimes histrionic, sometimes absurd and always laughable metropolitan sketches."
--ROMA C'E

"The standard of "Mere Mortals" is as high as one might hope to see on any stage in London or New York...If Gaby Ford and her multinational team of actors can treat us to this standard every season, then the theatre in Rome, English-speaking or otherwise, will have gained a new international dimension."
--WANTED IN ROME

"A rare cultural and successful event featuring talented actors..."
--ROMA C'E

"A fiercely international group...that's breaking the box office of the Colosseum Theatre in Rome"
--ETINFORMA

"It has everything that you want from a sitcom, [including] the fluid comedy that has made American theatre and television famous."
--TIME OUT

"An eclectic concoction of wild, wacky and wonderful pieces of theatre which contain fresh and new material...The approach is very tongue-in-cheek and aims to reach a brand new satire that one would expect to find on the New York stage. The result is a delightful indulgence in mad-cap humour that the audience clearly enjoys despite nationality or language barriers."
--THE INFORMER

"Choice of the Month!"
--ROMA DI SCENA

"The Big Apple and a repertory of often entertaining plays...a small picture of the 'Human Comedy.'"
--LA REPUBBLICA

"...offering a unexpurgated slice of American life today."
--IL MESSAGGERO

"Five very contemporary one-act plays interrupted by interactive monologues by a cast of enthusiastic and, in some cases, extremely polished performers. Highly entertaining -- catch it if you can!"
--WANTED IN ROME

"The [company's] aim, mainly successful, is to sketch a situation, a character, a cultured dialogue with small strokes and yet not succumb to the anonymity of the "fast food" theater of stereotypical Americans that is quickly consumed, then tossed."
--LA REPUBBLICA

  SEE REVIEWS  

1997 "Translatlantic American" 1997
"La Repubblica"
1997
"The Informer"

1998
"La Repubblica"
1998
"Wanted in Rome
1999
"The Informer"

1999
"Time Out"
2003
"Wanted in Rome"