“It’s hard to believe that Nicole Sollazzo is a junior at Coronado School of the Arts. From the start, she gets to Rosy’s hurt and perplexity and an aching inability, like Cassandra knowing the fate of Troy, to halt the inevitable.” - San Diego Reader (2016)
“while the young and accomplished Nicole Sollazzo, a junior at the Coronado School of the Arts, rings a remarkable range of notes as the play’s survivor and narrator, Rosy." - The San Diego Union Tribune (2016)
"I marvel at the company assembled by co-directors Glenn Parris and Claudio Raygoza. The men, Dónal Pugh and Jake Rosko, are known for the punch they can deliver. All the young women are making company debuts, and the youngest (Nicole Sollazzo) is still in high school. Listen to the clarity of their entire company singing, however mournfully. And though the tension is unrelenting, there are gales of mirth in the play. Isn’t it a wonder that any of us gets out alive?” - San Diego Uptown News (2016)
“Sollazzo’s Rosy, the unintended victim of the unsettling shenanigans of her parents, is heartbreaking as she tries to hold onto a dream of normalcy." - San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender News (2016)
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