Plays and Reviews

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Butch Mamas
“Butch Mamas”

“Gayle is doing incredible work in this production of Butch Mamas! She is one of the most gifted actors I have worked with who possesses internal, external and physical comedic timing, and is completely, immersed in her portrayal of ‘Teagan.’ Gayle got both me and Shenelle at her audition, and she hasn’t let go since.It is a real honor to have her in my play.”

K.S. Stevens, Playwright and Producer of “Butch Mamas”

 

The Shadow-Pier
“The Shadow-Pier”
Midtown International Fringe Festival, 2007

“As the scholar Moira, Ferry’s alcoholic, film-financing cousin
Eliane Tenbroek, and film heroine Corinne, Gayle Robbins shows an
intensity reminiscent of Katharine Hepburn. At the same time, the
contrast between her self-assured, put-together Moira and her
scatty, sloppy Eliane is huge.”
offoffonline.com review by RL Nesvet, July 24, 2007

 

The Rise and Fall of Miles and Milo
“The Rise and Fall of Miles and Milo”
International Fringe Festival, 2007

Review #1:

“Gayle Robbins shines as his shrewd assistant.”
americantheatreweb.com review by Andy Propst (of Back Stage)

Review #2:

“Doris (Gayle Robbins) steals all of her scenes as Sackville’s comely assistant, and her comedic interactions with his disembodied voice (somewhere between the Wizard of Oz and George Steinbrenner on “Seinfeld”) provide some of the show’s funniest moments.”
Time Out New York review by Clare Lambe, Senior Associate Features Editor
The Lower East Side Project
“South of Delancey”

“Gayle Robbins gives a standout performance as Faye Cohen, a young and spunky girl who impulsively agrees to marry her beau Marty right before he
ships off to war. (His romantic proposal: “You should marry me.”)

“Robbins is funny without going over the top. She speaks in a broad New Yawk accent, nerdily adjusts her black-framed glasses, and always has her mouth slightly ajar in a “you must be joking” kind of expression. At first she is a goofy and love-struck kid, but as the play progresses, her character beautifully morphs into a broken, jaded adult full of regret and anger.”

Offoffonline.com
review by Ellen Carpenter, June 26, 2005

 

 

 

 

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