"IT OFFERS CONSIDERABLY MORE FUN THAN MANY SHAKESPEARE PRODUCTIONS, WORTH EXPERIENCING NOT TO WATCH AN ACTOR GET DRUNK, BUT TO WATCH A CAST JUGGLE SO MANY BALLS SO ADROITLY...IN ITS OUTLANDISH WAY, IT’S AS CAREFULLY THOUGHT OUT AND EXECUTED AS ANY REAL 'MACBETH.'"
- New York Times for Drunk Shakespeare
“Giolzetti is the show’s unquestionable standout, portraying Polish immigrant and refugee Miranda with dextrous and dark comedic timing, navigating both the Polish accent in the first act and American modern speech patterns in the second act with a natural, relaxed acumen that gives her scenes with Young heart, depth, tragedy and joy.” - San Diego Theatre Reviews for Return Engagements
“Julia Giolzetti plays the young Polish girl Miranda, and another surprise role in Act II. She is wonderful as the talkative, driven Miranda.” - The Vista Press for Return Engagements
"I would love to see Julia Giolzetti playing her part under the influence of those 5 shots of whiskey. She was hilarious, without alcohol, moving through her part with a sparkle in her eyes, and with a mischievous turn of tongue and hip."
-Seeing from where I sit for Drunk Shakespeare
"Either way, the night ended in spectacle. Giolzetti gave a perfect rendition of Bill Pullman’s monologue from 'Independence Day.'"
-NYU Local for Drunk Shakespeare
"Unsex me here: The Tempest Ladies perform 'Macbeth' at SAHNE"
- Time Out Istanbul for Macbeth
"It’s worth noting that Robles and Giolzetti are hilarious comedic actors and have great chemistry as a duo; they earned several hearty laughs."
- Show Business Weekly for #CORIOLANUS
"Robles and Giolzetti are especially excellent in their scene as hapless attendants to Aufidius"
- The L Magazine for #CORIOLANUS
"Julia Giolzetti (Anna) succeeds at the difficult job of drawing a sympathetic character from an accumulating pile of bad behavior"
- Berkshire Fine Arts for And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little
"It's possibly the best $20 you'll ever spend on Shakespeare."
- Sarah B's Adventures for Macbeth
"The play surpassed all my expectations, it was absolutely spellbinding -- I was rather taken with the idea anyway right from the start and figured it would be interesting, and possibly quite good, but it was very, very good."
- Kadir Has University student for The Tempest