The New York Times --Night Train by John Biguenet at New Jersey Repertory
The melancholy Marta is played by Maria Silverman with the sort of lush accent and forlorn timidity that would naturally invite comforting from a kindly man like Alex.
The New York TImes--Icebound at Metropolitan Playhouse
"Rather than single out every solidly ardent performance, let’s just acknowledge that all 12 actors are impressive."
Springfield News-Leader--You Can’t Take it With You at Tent Theatre
“Maria Silverman turns the act of "stealing the show" into grand larceny with her delightfully flamboyant portrayal of Penny...Combining the gesticulating dramatics of Bette Davis with the whimsical daffiness of Billie Burke, Silverman captures the fizzy spirit of screwball comedy to perfection.”
NYTHEATRE.COM --ANTS by Savian Stanescu at New Jersey Repertory
“Maria Silverman’s Mia is sunny, vulnerable, guileless, and utterly lovable.”
Lanie Robertson Playwright Lady Day at the Emerson Bar and Grill
Maria Silverman is an exceptionally talented and skilled actor. I had the extreme good fortune to work with her in the development of two of my plays. One was a drama, the other a comedy: she was stunningly good in both. Indeed, her acting range is impressive and, for an author, quite rewarding. Also, she is a joy to work with. I hope to work on full productions with her in the future. Her acting abilities are truly extraordinary.
Michael Schiralli Artistic Director Half Moon Theatre
Maria Silverman is one of the most talented actresses I have ever worked with. If Bette Davis and Meryl Streep had a child,
it would be Maria Silverman. Her considerable skill and honest soul elevates everyone's game around her.