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Theatremania

ECHOES OF THE WAR

Anne-Marie Cusson... allow(s) no flaws...

StageMagazine.org

ALL MY SONS

...played with an earnestness for life and an intense grief for the lost Larry. Ms. Cusson's pain is tangible from the moment she arrives onstage, and is never far from her presence... it dominates throughout...

NYTheatre.com

YOUR CALL IS IMPORTANT

Cusson shines like a sterling delight. Were she any more in the moment, time would have stood still in obeisance. Another actor to keep an eye on.

Beloit Daily News

STEEL MAGNOLIAS

...right-on-target performance of Anne-Marie Cusson as Truvy... perfect combination of down South folksiness, sensitive awareness ... wonderful control of entanglements of life...

Sarasota Magazine

GOOD PEOPLE

..likable, ballsy performance

Wolf Moon Press

ENCHANTED APRIL

Anne-Marie Cusson's Lotty is so vibrant that she is almost a force of nature as she sweeps everyone, men and women, into her schemes.

Bay Windows

A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN

It is difficult to take one's eyes off Anne-Marie Cusson in the central role of meaty Josie Hogan. This keen casting marries one towering actress with one of the richest and rawest female roles written this century, and the result is a performance as viscerally engaging as anyone could hope for in live theatre.

Democrat & Chronicle

THE CLEAN HOUSE

...very believable performance of Cusson, her character undergoes peaks of sadness, anger and forgiveness...

Boston Globe

DEFYING GRAVITY

...nearly perfect. Anne-Marie Cusson bears an eerie resemblance to Christa McAuliffe and is marvelous both as the humorously patient mother and glowing teacher...

Florida Theatre ONSTAGE

COLLECTED STORIES

Cusson is mesmerizing as she draws the narrative out of her marrow ... convincingly morphs over the six years... from a self-assured self-satisfied almost bored cultural icon to a wreck shattered physically, emotionally, spiritually, artistically.

Sarasota Magazine

PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME!

...a vivid force from another world and life...

The Bradenton Times

VANYA & SONIA & MASHA & SPIKE

Anne-Marie Cusson is delightful as Masha, effortlessly giving the character the larger than life presence the role requires.

VEER Magazine

DIARY OF ANNE FRANK

...compelling stage presence, coupled with her careful understanding of her character, give Mrs. Van Daan a sympathetic completeness often missing in other productions.

Boston Herald

A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN

Cusson...is so convincing in the character's bluster and insecurity, not to mention her sweetness and humanity, that she is near perfect as Josie Hogan. Moreover, she is able to lock into the rhythms of O'Neill's language, making even the rough words into poetry.

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