Reviews

Symphony of Rats
Infernal Bridegroom Productions

“The women take on a series of identities as the president sets out on his curious trip (which is called many things, including “a profound experience of elsewhereness”). These ladies can be tempting seductresses in flouncy coral-colored gowns or frightening, black-clad dominatrixes.”
– Lee Williams, THE HOUSTON PRESS


The Hotel Play
Infernal Bridegroom Productions

“In the most sustained and hilarious sequence, Charlesanne Rabensburg is sultry Inez”
– Everett Evans, THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE


Medea
Infernal Bridegroom Productions

“She’s assisted by Charlesanne Rabensburg’s Nurse, the most consistent and sincere performance, conveying concern, apprehension, and finally terror.”
– Everett Evans, THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE

“On the stage, the nurse played by Charlesanne Rabensburg makes it clear that the violence of Medea’s pain is urgently present and dangerous. She wrings her hands in dreadful worry over what’s come over Medea since Jason’s betrayal.”
– Lee Williams, THE HOUSTON PRESS


Uncle Vanya
Infernal Bridegroom Productions

“Chekhov’s magic manages to appear… Rabensburg’s performance as the long-suffering Sonya is absolutely perfect.”
– Lee Williams, THE HOUSTON PRESS


Hide Town
Infernal Bridegroom Productions

“Rabensburg is practically glowing as the small-town beauty”
– Lee Williams, THE HOUSTON PRESS


Hunter Gatherers
The Catastrophic Theatre

“Charlesanne Rabensburg creates a gem of comic characterization as Pam. Sweet and dear, she’s so eager to be the perfect mate and please everyone that there’s a desperation to her niceness, a strain in her smile.”
– Everett Evans, THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE

“At center stage is a moving and funny Charlesanne Rabensburg wearing a headband as sweet Pam, who was valedictorian of her class and still likes to relive the glory of the speech she gave as a teenager.”
– Lee Williams, THE HOUSTON PRESS


Othello
The Ohio State University Department of Theatre

“Charlesanne Rabensburg is poignant in her parallel movement from lively companion to bewildered victim.”
– Michael Grossberg, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH


Living Out
The Ohio State University Department of Theatre

“The characters in the play come across as believably complicated and well-intentioned, if self-absorbed. Rabensburg’s Nancy is so tangled in guilt and longing that it’s possible to forgive even her more offensive acts and assumptions.”
– Margaret Quamme, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH

 

 

 

 

 

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