Leslie Marseglia

Review for Shakespeare in the Park's Julius Caesar, directed by Oskar Eustis at the Delacorte Theatre, June 2017:

​"But the most fearsome character in the show isn’t standing on stage — not even in the person of a Donald Trump-like Caesar — but instead storming the bleachers and shouting in the aisles. It’s the mindless Roman mob, or, as director Oskar Eustis’s politically slanted production slyly insinuates, it’s the ecstatic mobs at a Trump rally...this surging Roman mob has real numbers, and its fickle allegiances to one demagogic political figure after another makes it genuinely frightening." Marilyn Stasio, Variety

Reviews for Turn of the Screw, directed by Anais Koivisto and adapted by Jamie Wylie for Everyday Inferno Theatre Company. Presented at the Morris Jumel Mansion in October 2014: 

"Leslie Marseglia exceptionally shines as both a hilariously haughty wife and the solemn apparition of a dead governess." - Rachel Kerry, New York Theatre Review

"The rest of the cast contributes nicely, especially ... Leslie Marseglia, who is chilling as Miss Jessel, the female apparition." - Dave Osmundsen, Theatre is Easy

"Ms. Marseglia is admirably calm as the eerie Miss Jessel." - Sarah B. Roberts, Adventures in the Endless Pursuit of Entertainment

Reviews for Leah in Vegas, directed by Kristin Skye Hoffmann and written by Kara Ayn Napolitano in FringeNYC, August 2014:

"Leslie Marseglia's Brenda is fully fleshed out when she could simply be comic relief." - Martin Denton, nytheatrenow.com

"Leslie Marseglia as Brenda brings out a loveably neurotic performance as the former best friend. Marseglia serves as the much needed comic relief."  - Michael Block, theatreinthenow.com

Review for The Importance of Being Earnest, directed by Christine Zagrobelny for The Instigators at The Secret Theatre, October 2016: 

"Leslie Marseglia’s Lady Bracknell is more even-keeled than other interpreters have made her—even deadpan—which freshens up some of the iconic character’s even-more-iconic two-liners. "

- Piper Rasmussen, Theatre is Easy