Reviews

YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN

Mr. Mundy’s Linus shines.

- New York Times

IRRATIONALS

The cast hits all the right notes literally and figuratively.

- New York Times

BUYER AND CELLAR

Mundy shines in playwright Jonathan Tolins’ celebrated one man show...

Mundy offers the spirit, the character, the talent, the ego and certainly the eccentricities of those six widely, different visitors. He moves brilliantly, physically and convincingly as he morphs into the character of those “visiting” him in his basement setting...

Mundy carries each one of them off masterfully. His expression changes, as does his posture. There are subtle and not so subtle gestures and mannerisms, all not only convincing, but spot-on.

There is brilliance, energy and great good humor in Mundy’s top-notch performance.

- Island Packet

 

BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS

The dynamite actor captures the hearts of the audience from the moment he stepped on stage… delivering an irresistible combination of wry humor and wide-eyed expressions that send laughter reverberating through the audience.

- Portland Herald Press

 

Matt Mundy shines as Eugene, striking just the right balance between theatricality and adolescent vulnerability.

- Broadway World

 

[The] dynamic and cohesive cast makes taut work of the tensions barely contained in one small house.

- Portland Phoenix

THE GLASS MENAGERIE

It can't be said enough how entertaining it was to watch Matt Mundy as the angst-ridden Tom Wingfield. Mundy moved from just-below-the-surface annoyance to fuse-blown exasperation with painful hilarity.

-The Island Packet

 

NEW YORK WATER

Juliane Godfrey and Matt Mundy...both have a good sense of comic timing. They’re excellent in the final scene, especially Mr. Mundy.

-North Country Public Radio

 

YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN

Mr. Mundy’s Linus shines.

- New York Times

 

Matt Mundy, whose soulful Linus nearly steals the first act with “My Blanket and Me"

- Asbury Park Press

 

Matt Mundy is charming as Linus, who makes bedroom eyes at his blanket.

- The Star-Ledger

 

Linus can't give up his blanket, and why should he? Matt Mundy makes the case with ‘My Blanket and Me,’ Linus's security-symbol anthem. Mundy.... creates an endearing corps de blanket ballet.

- Two River Times

 

Linus, as appealingly played by Matt Mundy, made us all feel the comfort of “My Blanket and Me,”

- CurtainUp

 

RED

Ken (the sensitive and captivating Matt Mundy) provides us with an evening of truly unusual emotional fulfillment.

- Island Packet

 

REEL MUSIC

Chemistry sparks with Mundy and connects with the crowd.

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each member of the cast show off their range, like Mundy who beat-boxes a rap in one moment, delivers a touching ‘When You Wish Upon a Star’ in another...

- Sarasota Patch

 

Matt Mundy quickly mends hearts.

- The Observer, FL

 

THE BABY DANCE

Mundy played Richard…whose self-possession is ultimately undercut by a powerfully humanizing meltdown of utter despair.

- NiteLife Exchange

 

IRRATIONALS

The cast hits all the right notes literally and figuratively.

- New York Times

 

SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON

 These five actors give such a family performance that it might even make you consider getting stranded on an island for family therapy. Complemented by ...Mundy’s endearing pessimist attitude... this family is a force to be reckoned with.

- NYtheatre.com

 

Jack is the black sheep who isn't so bad, really (a charming Matt Mundy)…

Their scenes together are the show's brightest moments.

- Huffington Post

 

DRiNKiNG & DiViNG

Matt Mundy is beautiful as the sulking spoiled young man who suddenly discovers reality.

- Show Business Weekly

 

PIRATES OF PENZANCE

Mundy stands out as Frederic [and] sings the role with vigor and tenderness.

- The Advocate

 

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