Salome by Oscar Wilde
"Best Way Not to Win a Pious Man's Heart? Dance of the Seven Veils... a production that teeters between a severe modernism and Wilde's baroque verbal flourishes..." The New York Times

"...Fills one's veins with fire..." Backstage

"...A feast for the eyes; intense; poignant and disturbing... Director René Migliaccio has used the play's leitmotif of the moon and the dance - synonymous with the title character - to construct a stunning world for his audience..." Theatre is Easy. www. Theasy.com

"...Creepy... unnerving... a production that you watch, not sure what to make of it, but still talk about it quite a lot afterwards..." NYTheatre.com

"...The directorial decisions enhance the Wildean melodrama of the piece..." InsideNewYork.com


Dante's Divina Commedia - Inferno

"... Dante's Divina Commedia - Inferno, directed by Rene Migliaccio and performed by Alessio Bordoni, is a postmodern take on telling Dante's epic tale of the descent into Hell. Bordoni gives a tour de force performance, narrating the Cantos while interpreting and presenting their meaning through his body.... The piece is a true directorial triumph for Migliaccio, who has created a consistent and compelling stage picture that is difficult to tear one's eyes away from..."
NYTheatre.com

"... Undeniably a work of profound visual beauty... Between Bordoni's wailing disbelief, Aminda Asher's haunting cello playing, and Evan's abstract imagery, "Divina Commedia" flirts with aesthetic perfection..."
Backstage

KAFKA'S THE METAMORPHOSIS
"...THIS IS the Fringe at its best... A multi-media production that's almost a textbook example of how to blend live performance and film...Moving, powerful, a devastating show..." The Scotsman

KAFKA'S THE METAMORPHOSIS
"...a piece of genre-hopping that refuses to take the obvious route and instead proves the greatness of theatre ..."
Andrew Blades - The Stage Online.Uk

DON JUAN By Moliere
"I applaud Migliaccio's sense of economy in his staging and his ability to unearth deep human realities while guiding his actors through a form that requires skill, education and inspiration. Physicality, language, and fun-everything is there..." NYTheatre.com

NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE
"...There is a lot to admire in director Rene Migliaccio's venture. The director very adeptly builds up an other-wordly atmosphere..."
3 to 6.com-INDIA

NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE
"... Ideas seem to be shouted from almost every nook and cranny of this production..." The New York Times

NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE
"... Under the intense direction of Rene Migliaccio, the telling of this morality fable is in deadly earnest from the first scene to the last..." Backstage

FEAR AND MISERY OF THE THIRD REICH , by Bertolt Brecht
"... This is probably the purest example of Brechtian theatre to play in Los Angeles in years. Director Rene Migliaccio has created an incredibly dedicated and tight ensemble... There are some roles, juicy in themselves, whose challenge has been met by exceptional talent..."
Drama Logue, Los Angeles