Reviewes

"Mamma Mia!"

Lyric Rep

" 'Thank You for the Music' and 'Our Last Summer' show off the sweet vocals of Bordieri, and his subtle comedic timing as Harry brings a character that is often an 'over the top' stereotype back down to earth. " -Debbie Ditton, Front Row Reviewers

"Clybourne Park"

Lyric Rep

"Bordieri’s diplomatic Pastor Jim sparks off the tension of the play...His youthful presence adds some much-needed comedic relief to the tense moments. His Tom, is sharp and uncompromising." Chelsea Mortensen, Front Row Reviewers

"Good People"

Scripps Ranch Theatre

"Rounding out the cast, Kenny Bordieri plays Stevie, son of a childhood friend of the ladies. Bordieri, authentic and subtle, neither overpowers nor relents in his interactions."

-Jon Reimer, San Diego Reader

"Kenny Bordieri captures just the right gently comic tone as the put-upon Stevie, the Dollar Store manager who has the task of firing Margie in the very first scene."

-James Hebert, San Diego Union-Tribune

"Kenny Bordieri gives a fine reading of Stevie, who makes the most of his major scene." -Jean Lowerison, San Diego Gay & Lesbian News

"That 24 Hour Thing"

San Diego International Fringe Festival

"a lively, creative and often hilarious evening of entertainment...The Perfect Spot” by Liz Silverman was a particularly clever faceoff between a secretive college student and the enterprising rental agent at a self-storage facility." -Pam Kragen, San Diego Union-Tribune

"The grand finale of the Fringe, for the fourth year, is THAT 24HR THING...It was terrific. The writing was incisive — a fair amount of it political — and the acting was uniformly superb...There was lots of comedy, but also plenty of poignancy. This should be a must-see for your Fringe-going every year."

-Pat Launer

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