One of the last reviews for the show The Worth of Women, that debuted in New York City in 2016.
“Marta Mondelli’s sparkling wit and at times deeply vulnerable performance as the married Lucrezia captivated the audience. She poses the question: “If men are so horrible, what is it about them that makes us love them so?” Her delivery arrested the other characters, and caught the audience in the same web of confusion.”
This is a bit of press on my performance as Nora in my first play, The Window.
"Marta Mondelli, who also penned the script, is vibrant, focused and the epitome of style as she carves and sculpts the sultry Nora."
(Theatre Reviews Limited)
"Mondelli’s talents shine as a writer and as her own character, Nora."
(Theatre Is Easy)
"It is Mondelli herself who steals the show with her feisty and fabulous Nora. She has a dazzling presence onstage."
(Off Off Online)
(Above Tosca e le altre due, below Striptease. Photos by Donatella Codonescu.)
The Huffington Post wrote of my performance as Iride in Kairos Italy Theater's production of Tosca and the Two Downstairs directed by Laura Caparrotti."Iride is rendered with exquisite charm by Mondelli"; the New York Theatre Wire said the play was "well acted by a poignant Mondelli".