A few of my favorite performances...
*Latest Review March 2016
Anna in the Tropics
But special note must be given to Laura Sottile, who gives an absolutely marvelous performance as Ofelia. There is never a moment when you see her working at her craft: physically and vocally she is as balanced and slow-burning as a Montecristo No. 2. and when passion is required, she deals it out such that no one can refuse her!
TALKIN’ Broadway, Regional Reviews - Patrick Thomas
*Mick La Salle: "Laura Sottile is the soul of the play."
"Stalled" Award Winning Short & Best Actress Laura Sottile
ScaryCow Productions 2014
OBSESSIVE JEANS trailer
"If I could just get the zipper UP!"
Comedy Video Short about how the Media influences women and it's negative results. Written, Performed, directed, and produced By Laura Sottile
Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding REVIEW
Off-Broadway, NYC & SF Artificial Intelligence Productions
“A send up of an Italian American wedding is a natural for Laura Sottile” “The Role has brought Laura Sottile great recognition and wider exposure.”• Paul Liberatore, Marin Independent Journal
My Favorite Review: THE RITZ
Fast, Funny, and Focused, Laura Sottile would upstage everyone if she weren't such a team player. As the Cabaret Singer at the Bathhouse ala Bette Midler is sin-sational! She's one fo the most entertaining actors I've seen this year. Her performance is genius! *SF CHRONICLE
The Pepita Cunningham Show
Created by Laura Sottile In New York City 1994
Laura Sottile is once again possessed by the outlandish character of Pepita Cunningham.
• Venue 9 in San Francisco
"I've got a few more things to tell gou"
A great review! Thank you!
“If you’ve seen vivacious Laura Sottile-be it on stage in the Off-Broadway show Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding or in screen features like “Ten Benny” with Adrienne Brody, “City of Bars”or Stand-up at Caroline’s in NYC you probably haven’t forgotten her. Watching her create and perform her character “Pepita Cunningham” - which has since been performing regularly at Venue 9 - was an object lesson in total fearlessness on stage, and not to mention how sore my stomach was from laughing at the end of the evening. Laura’s combo of Italian beauty, lightning fast comedic timing, and larger than life on-stage bravado make her absolutely unique.
Leon Accord - Interviewer from the LA Times
Film & TheATRE & VOCAL REEL (7 min.)
RADIO SHOW in SONOMA with "Pepita Cunningham"
"Is it a man's world after all?"
WESTSIDE STORY - Review
“Laura Sottile from Mill Valley who plays Anita completely captures the passion, tension, and frustration of love and life in America.”
• Dance Palace, Point Reyes Press