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PRESS FOR CINDY MARCHIONDA AT THE LAURIE BEECHMAN THEATER

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April 10, 2009


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Reviews
ON THE TOWN REVIEW
By Alvin Klein
August 10, 2003, Sunday
"...More contrast is evident in their pursuers: CINDY MARCHIONDA, fiercely funny as Hildy, the taxi driver, and Molly Sorohan seizing all colors of Claire, the daft, sex-crazed anthropologist. But everyone is in pursuit of Ivy, the elusive Miss Subways. Shevaun Cavanaugh Kast is a sweetheart in the role, making us understand why the chase is on.”

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KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN REVIEW
By Hedy Weiss
“A tiny spitfire with a hint of Chita Rivera and Liza Minnelli all rolled in one. She sings and dances with stunning, stellar force. She lights up the stage...”

Reviews
By Richard Christiansen
Feburary 2, 1998
“. . . Their Spider Woman, in the role Chita Rivera played in New York and on tour, is CINDY MARCHIONDA, a slip of a girl with a fiery presence who is lavishly dressed in Aurora costumes by designer Jack Kirkby. . . .”

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A Chorus Line Review by Mike Giuliano
August 23, 1996, Monday
“. . . Backed by the mirror-wall that makes their competitiveness, camaraderie and confessional speeches all the more visible to the audience, these wannabe chorus members include such go-getter types as Christina Marie Norrup as a bubbly Texan named Judy; Mark Evans as Mike, who lives up to his assertion that I Can Do That; and CINDY MARCHIONDA as the vivacious Puerto Rican dancer Diana Morales. . .”

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A Chorus Line Review
September 29, 2001
“. . .Just before the final cut, they all ponder what they would do if they couldn’t dance anymore, in the song that made the show a standard, What I Did For Love, sung with gusto by CINDY MARCHIONDA as Diana. . .”

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A Chorus Line Review
September 2001
"Deserving of her own special mention, CINDY MARCHIONDA embodies the best package of voice, dance and dramatic ability."

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On The Town Review by Michael Bracken
“. . . Still, there are some numbers that do a delightful job of pushing the plot along. These include “come Up To My Place by which cabdriver Hildy (CINDY MARCHIONDA) snares sailor Chip (AdamWylie)...Both MARCHIONDA and Sorohan deliver impressive comic turns as the female halves of the secondary love stories. . . .”
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