Anne-Marie Piazza

Trained at The Bristol Old Theatre School

Reviews

For “These Trees Are Made of Blood” Southwark Playhouse 2015 & Arcola 201

“Piazza’s voice, allied with her ability to emote and to be in the present moment, brings tears to my eyes.” (TheatreFullStop)

“I was completely mesmerized by Anne Marie Piazza’s voice and musical capabilities…a voice like melting honey.” (Whazzup London)

For the Stephen Joseph TheatrePinocchio” & “A Scarborough Christmas Carol”

“Anne-Marie has an incredible far-reaching tessitura… since they’re arrival in Scarborough, this gorgeous Quartet have become involved in the town’s life…They are all stars in the very truest sense down to earth but shining sparkly and ever lovely. (AClockInAThunderstorm)

For Iris Theatre Treasure Island” and “Much Ado About Nothing” 2016

“Anne-Marie is a spirited, passionate, cycling (the setting is 19th-century) Beatrice, and a comically eager-to-please Verges. She also has a soaring soprano voice that echoes around the church.” (The Stage)

“Her Beatrice is top notch. Funny, bike riding, accordion playing… is there nothing the woman cannot do?”(WhatsOnStage)

“Piazza is an absolute delight as Beatrice, opting to play her with energy and charm rather than sarcastic and straight-faced. Her wit is infectious, and she is a wonder to watch.” (Cub Magazine)

“Stealing the show, however, is Anne-Marie Piazza as Isabella Hands…an incredibly engrossing character to watch…she is a deadly as she is swaggering. Piazza really puts a sharp and lethal castanet snap of villainy into Isabella, turning this femme fatale into a lavish and unforgettable adversary.” (Grumpy Gay Critic)

“Twelfth Night” 2015

“The echoing and haunting sounds of Anne-Marie Piazza’s Maria/Priest as she sang to the enthralled gathering” (UK Theatre Network)

“Anne-Marie Piazza’s delicious Maria, is the best I’ve seen performed” (Once A Week Theatre)

“Richard III” &”Alice through the Looking Glass” 2014

“The star of the show is the unstoppable whirlwind of energy that is Anne-Marie Piazza. Piazza’s comic timing and boggle-eyed craziness reach climax in her role as the Red Queen.. .she has the purest clear-as-a-bell soprano that is worth the ticket price alone. (Postscript Journal)

“We loved Anne-Marie’s turns as the powerful Red Queen and as the loveable, hilarious and zany Mosquito, she also demonstrated great operatic moments and is able to switch from being serious and splendid sounding, to being slapstick-silly and a comedy performer in the blink of an eye. (Entertainment Focus)

“Special mention should also be made to Anne-Marie Piazza, whose fiery Lady Anne was a real surprise not least of all because of her deft and believable handling of Anne’s notoriously tricky change of heart towards Richard.”  (Broadway Baby)

“Lady Anne is played with fire by Anne-Marie Piazza, who also sings magnificently. “(What’s On Stage)

For “The Snow Spider” produced by Io Theatre Company at the OvalHouse Theatre

“They mesmerised the audience with their ability to sing -Anne-Marie Piazza, we’re certain you are a siren as we can still hear your alluring voice in our heads.” (curiousmum.co.uk

For “Beauty and the Beast” directed by Paul Chamberlain at The Haymarket Theatre in Basingstoke:

“The very beautiful – and extremely talented, judging by her dual performance here – Anne Marie Piazza is our leading lady. When she is singing, Anne-Marie proves she has a stunning voice to match the rest of her accomplishments!” (Basingstoke Gazette)

“But it is Beauty, the delightful Anne-Marie Piazza who gives a sincere and captivating performance” (British Theatre Guide)

For “What Every Woman Knows” directed by Louise Hill at London’s Finborough Theatre:

“The company struck an able balance between seriousness and caricature… a special mention here to Anne-Marie Piazza..whose little quirks, tics and schticks kept the scenes..bouncing along and enjoyable to watch.” (Fringe Review)

“Anne-Marie Piazza’s Lady Sybil…keeps her charming tresses under control and her thoughts in similar order.” (Financial Times)

 

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