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Chatted with Patti Vasquez on WGN Radio in Chicago. Listen to the interview.
"Larissa Marten ... is as comically high flying as the next." - Konrad Rogowski for In the Spotlight
Larissa Marten wins the 2016 Broadway World Detroit Award for Best Shakespearean Performance.
"Larissa definitely has stage presence. When she walks on the stage, she owns it. - Corrie Fielder
"[She] reminds us how good solo performance can be." - Robert Hubbard
"Marten imbues the character with both a strength and a vulnerable joy that greets the circumstances of the world.
She is wise, but still capable of being surprised at the twists and turns that love enforces on its practitioners."
- Bridgette Redman for Encore Michigan
"[She is] heartfelt & thought-provoking." - Laura van Zandt of One Girl Two Cities
"New York performer Larissa Marten performs a one-woman show that is part Dr. Seuss, part Gertrude Stein, and nearly Shakespearean." - Ruth Smerling, Chicago correspondent for TheatreWorld Internet Magazine
"Superb theater from an expert performer." - Jamie Brickhouse
"In essence, the development process was a large lesson in trust. Trusting others with your ideas, and trusting yourself that your ideas have potential. Just because you didn’t score your first time up at bat doesn’t mean you don’t have the potential to be Jeter. (I don’t know much about baseball, but if my comparing I Killed the Cow to Derek Jeter makes you want to see the show, then my work here is done.)" - Larissa talked about her experience creating I Killed the Cow, a one-woman show that uses humor and metaphor to talk about sexual assault, with Basil Considine of the Twin Cities Arts Reader. Read the full interview here.
Interviewed by KGNU Radio in Boulder, Colorado.
“Larissa Marten has every bit the look of a strong matriarch…” - Hugh Gallagher for Pulp
“When asked what she hopes audiences will leave feeling, Marten thought for a minute before answering. ‘I would hope that they lose a little bit of fear. Yeah. I’ll leave it at that.’” - Sophia Kaufman for The Michigan Daily
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