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“Romantini’s adventurous, compassionate character works his way into the audience’s heart.”

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Jon Kaplan

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Tears seemed to be the only relief from the sidesplitting and even, at one point, show-stopping hilarity. Matthew Romantini hit such a chord of funny bones at one point that he was unable to continue over the din of laughter produced by this delighted audience.”

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— Malcolm Taylor
"The success of April 14, 1912 hangs on its death scenes. One is of a man, the 1st telegraph officer on board the Titanic (Matthew Romantini), drowning in the sea. Both legs and one hand are on the bare stage floor, but the rest of his body is convincingly in an environment hostile to human life. And he surrenders to it at last." 

– Plank Magazine

“The theatrical high point of the evening was Romantini’s new choreography, Lift, performed with Iannis Xenakis’ ‘Psappha.’    The dance was heart-rending in the intensity of its futile striving, a desperate energy that was well matched with the Xenakis.” 

- Pittsburgh Tribune Review

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