Reviews for "Maytag Virgin"
"Capasso’s Lizzy is conflicted, sexually frustrated, warm, likable and hilarious. The term “motormouth” does not adequately describe her penchant for chatter: The woman simply doesn’t shut up. Jacks sums it up perfectly, “You say it all out loud, huh?” When explaining why she can’t fall in love with a Catholic, Lizzy quips: “It’s just not done!” Her special meditation to “keep the dark thoughts out” is priceless. Capasso exquisitely captures all of Lizzy’s nuances. Her acting is flawless, and her Southern accent is spot-on. She has several long monologues in this production—hundreds and hundreds of lines to memorize—and I did not notice a single flub. Quite impressive." -- Bonnie Gilgallon, cvindependent.com
"To be completely frank, I want Capasso's Lizzy to be my BFF. I want to sit on a porch and drink spiked, sweet tea (hate it, don't care) with her all afternoon shooting the breeze. She's smart, insecure, funny and talks an awful lot, but she's a very interesting gal, and she is so very, very real. From the moment Capasso hits the stage it's hard to stop watching her. The fact that she is rarely off stage nor that she is one character in a two-character play has nothing to do with it. Capasso slips into Lizzy with the ease of a thetan into a Scientologist's body. Her performance is flawless." -- Kay Kudukis, broadwayworld.com
"...indeed, the evening belongs to actors Kay Capasso and Joel Bryant. This is an actor’s play, and these two marvelous actors know exactly how to please an audience. Their on-stage chemistry, stamina, and pacing allows them to always be in the moment in their performances. It’s good stuff." -- Jack Lyons, Desert Local News
"As Lizzy, Kay Capasso is utter perfection. From her flawless (and consistent) accent to her impeccable comic timing she is a presence that is impossible to ignore."--Stephen Radosh, Gay Desert Guide
"...Capasso makes an impressive desert debut with a subtly evolving performance that is terrifically engaging." --Bruce Fessier, Palm Springs Desert Sun
Reviews for "Trojan Women"
"The cast delivers solid performances, especially Kay Capasso as Eris." - LISA K. WYATT, Certified Reviewer, Hollywood Fringe Festival 2018
Review for "Boeing-Boeing"
"The rest of the cast is very solid, and all have some standout moments. Capasso has a rich part and exploits it thoroughly." -Punch Shaw, Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Review for "August: Osage County"
"Kay Capasso as Mattie Fae is hilarious. She uses so much body language and injects loads of sass into her character. She and Shawn Duthie as Mattie Fae’ s husband, Charlie, have perfectly timed banter. " - Lana Sweeten-Shults, Times Record News
Reviews for "Kill Me Now"
"Twyla Sturdy is played with gusto, a wonderful sense of fear and a truly honest way of communicating her own feelings by Kay Capasso. Her transition in the second half of the play is done with charm and grace and nice self-deprecating sensibility. Capasso brings this woman to crystalline life." -J. Peter Bergman, Berkshire Bright Focus
"The performances were perfect...Kay Capasso as the sister was strong to all while hiding her own emotional frailties." -Bob Goepfert (of "The Troy Record", "The Saratogian", and WAMC)
Reviews for "What's Your Opinion on Spontaneous Human Combustion?"
"All four actresses (Jessie Ruffus, Taylor Plas, Kay Capasso, and Sarah Goosmann) put in a fine performance, with character reveals wonderfully catching the audience off guard."-- Case Aiken, nytheatre.com
Reviews for "As Wide As I Can See"
" ...while the actors (especially the funny Ms. Capasso) do not disappoint." -- Andy Webster, NY Times
"Nan is the only woman who seems alive, and Capasso's easy comic timing is a real asset to the production." --Bess Rowan, Huffington Post
"As Tyler and Nan, the couple in the trailer our back, Joshua Levine and Kay Capasso are wonderful." --Scott Mitchell, Exeunt Magazine
"Nan is very successfully played by Kay Capasso. She has many of the funny lines and, deadpan and sincere, delivers them effectively."--Patricia Norris, Woman Around Town
"The real standout is Capasso, who delights with honesty and perfectly delivered comedic lines and makes you wish she had more to say." --Amanda Mashack, broadwayworld.com