"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" by Amy Sherman-Palladino
"The best character on this show....Just look at Zelda's face. It accepts no lies."
- Refinery29.com, Ariana Romero, Dec 5, 2018
"Also featured in season 2.....Matilda Szydagis returns as Zelda, the scene-stealing maid."
- oldaintdead.com, Virginia DeBolt, August 22, 2018
"....Zelda's epic comebacks...."
- Cosmopolitan.com, Peggy Truong, May 23, 2018
"Look For The Woman" by Christie Perfetti "Look For The Woman by Christie Perfetti, with fine direction by Matilda Szydagis, skillfully elevates and exalts the slice of life drama and generously presents a thoughtful and moving evening of theatre....(I) judge this one to be excellent!" -culturecatch.com, Jay Reisberg, March 18, 2012
"No Fault: A Tale about the Big D in the Big Apple" by Christie Perfetti "In the central role of the Woman is Matilda Szydagis, who projects empathy and intelligence.....this is an enjoyable play, with engaging performances, directed with energy and verve by Bryn Boice. I'd be excited to see another work by Perfetti......" -nytheatre.com, Martin Denton, August 23, 2011
"The Tender Trap" by Max Shulman and Robert Paul Smith
"Poppy Matson, played by comic sparkplug Matilda..." -UnitedStages, November 20, 2008
"Mrs. California" by Doris Baizley
"Matilda is utterly charming as Mrs. Modesto." -Backstage, Michael Lazan, March 17, 2006
"The most interesting characters end up being secondary contestants....Mrs. Modesto, a ditz who isn't really so ditzy, captured nicely by Matilda...." -The New York Times, Neil Genzlinger, March 18, 2006
".....Matilda....[is] terrific.... as [she] manages to portray both [her] doll-like exterior as well as [her] own private struggles." -nytheatre.com, Josephine Cashman, March 17, 2006
"Mrs. Modesto (Matilda) is adorably different, with thick-rimmed glasses and unruly hair. Unlike the others, her smiles never look forced." -offoffonline.com, Adrienne Cea, March 18, 2006
"We thought the actors were terrific and especially you! You brought alot of zest, pathos, kitsch, and humor to your role as Mrs. Modesto. We thoroughly enjoyed it." -Entertainment Weekly, Karen Bakos, March 17, 2006
General comments: "Matilda has comedic timing in spades." - Luisa Dante, Director
Other theatre reviews:
"Matilda is as cute as a button. Really liked her. She is so American but looks European. This will do a lot for her." -Erin Pucky, Goldstar Management
"Matilda was very impressive and adroit at making the changes in her roles." -Bob Hawk, Producer/Film Consultant