Reviews

Ain't That Rich

Ain’t That Rich (Review): Montreal Theatre Hub

“A winning comedy on money, class, and identity…truly impressive.” Anya Leibovitch, Montreal Theatre Hub Read the review

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Ain’t That Rich (Review): Montreal Rampage

“You will laugh your way through, pretty much non-stop.” Angela Potvin, Montreal Rampage Read the review

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Ain’t That Rich (Review): Cult #MTL

“Animated and engaging…self-deprecating humour and insightful wisdom.” Lisa Sproull, Cult #MLT Read the review

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Ain’t That Rich (Review): Vagabond Critic

“Robards has a gift for turning ordinary events into comedy.” Jack Nakamura, Vagabond Critic Read the review

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Ain’t That Rich (review): Theatre Is Easy

“A rollercoaster of emotion with a Goldilocks balance of comedy and drama. Robards shines…” Keith Paul Medelis, Theatre is Easy Read the review

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Ain’t that Rich (Review): DC Theatre Scene

Like a well-made vodka punch, Kate Robards’ well-made story sneaks up on you. It starts out as a lighthearted account of how she married rich and ends up as a discomforting meditation on the relationship between money and self-image. Particularly now, as we agonize over issues of money and class and race, her story packs…

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Ain’t That Rich (Review): DC Metro Theater Arts

In Ain’t that Rich, writer and comedian Kate Robards delivers a dazzling solo performance, one as mesmerizing and powerful as it is funny. “5 stars” “Best of 2016 Capital Fringe” Ravelle Brickman, DC Metro Theater Arts Read the review

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Press

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Shanghai

TimeOut Shanghai Review

“There is some lovely physical comedy from Kate Robards…” Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? TimeOut Shanghai Review

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Mandarin Orange

KQED

“Kate Robards charmingly recounts growing up in the colorful small town of Orange and adjusting to expatriate life in Shanghai.” KQED

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Washington City Paper

“I found myself smiling throughout the show and all the way home.” Washington City Paper

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BroadwayWorld

“Robards is an engaging performer with an easy, natural presence onstage.”  Broadwayworld.com

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DC Theatre Scene

“Mandarin Orange is not only masterfully performed, but written with a skillful blend of humor and vulnerability.”  DC Theatre Scene 

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DC Metro Theatre Arts

“An earnest, heartwarming performance and a poignant international comedy about change, identity and home.” DC Metro Theatre Arts

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SF Theatre Pub

“…Robards ability to move back and forth between all five participants was expert and elegant.” SF Theatre Pub

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