“And in six different—and mostly comic—roles, Theresa Rose manages to create a larger number of convincing and entertaining characters than the rest of the cast combined.” — nytheatre.com
…and Theresa Rose is impressively varied as a sextet of diverse women in the lad's life from age five into adulthood. — Bradley (CurtainUp)
…Despite its flaws, Daddy does showcase strong work from its two actresses, particularly Theresa Rose, who plays numerous characters and has enough charisma and range to suggest that whatever the Fringe cooks up next year, a one-woman show for Rose should be on its menu.—Rebecca Marx (NY Mag)
Susan Cinoman and Douglas Tenaglia’s Love and Class in Connecticut is a highly charged drama. The acting, directing, and dialogue are so riveting that the viewer may not even notice: the whole movie takes place in one room. An old story of family conflict told in a refreshingly contemporary way, this film shows us that families are complicated and someone else’s may even be more complicated than yours. The entire crew is from Connecticut. —Amy Murphy (NewEnglandFilm.com)
The remarkable debut performance of Theresa Rose, entitled Feelin’ Good [Steve Potfora, Musical Director] at Don’t Tell Mama, was outstanding and unforgettable. With a beautiful voice, expressive patter, and a warm, charmingly natural personality, how could one not leave the act feeling good? ….
….It was immensely entertaining to hear Rose’s version of “Coronet Man.” Using her unique voice, she successfully imitated, at the appropriate moments, the sounds of a coronet. The effect was astonishing! ….
…Introducing “Man Wanted,” she asked the audience, "You know my favorite New York holiday?" Then answered, "Fleet Week.” She struck up an immediate rapport with the audience and she seemed to do it so effortlessly….