Clown 2 in THE 39 STEPS - Music Theatre of CT
"As for the two clowns in the show, both Matt Densky and Jim Schilling are ideal and have a field day playing dozens of characters. With his almost rubber-like face, capable of a wide range of emotions, Densky is especially good at portraying slyly evil parts and he certainly has a great deal of fun in the show."
(Talkin' Broadway, Zander Opper)
Jimmy Winter in NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT - Virginia Musical Theatre
"Matt Densky and Tiffany Haas bring a deftly human quality to these two lovers . . . Densky's spry and witty rendition of "I've Got to Be There" is countered beautifully by Haas' hilariously not-sexy seduction attempt during "Treat Me Rough".
(BroadwayWorld, Emel Ertugrel)
Crumpet in THE SANTALAND DIARIES - Music Theatre of CT
"Matt Densky has all the skills needed to make Crumpet vivid, fun, and a little unsettling. One of Densky's strengths is his mimicking ability . . . Densky's got it down. A high point is the rendition of "Away in the Manger" in the manner of Liza Minnelli.
(New Haven Review, Donald Brown)
Scuttle in THE LITTLE MERMAID - Tuacahn Amphitheatre
"Matt Densky was an exceptional and lovable scene-stealer in the role of Scuttle. He was solidly anchored in his character from the word go and did such a magnificent, unwavering job. He was one of my favorites in the show."
(St. George News, Cami Cox Jim)
Mark in ALTAR BOYZ - Sierra Repertory Theatre
"With a dynamic stage presence and beacon-like smile, Densky would have electrified the performance even without his show-stopping and fundamentally ironic solo, "Epiphany".
(The Union Democrat, Patricia Harelson)
Zanna in ZANNA DON'T - Theater Barn
"Densky is a charming Zanna. He has the body language and attitude of this contemporary matchmaker, investing suitable impishness in the proceedings."
(The Pittsfield Gazette, Jonathan Levine)
Emcee in CABARET - New London Barn Playhouse
I can only describe Densky's performance as insanely fabulous. His style and animation are a thrill and worth the price of admission alone.
(Argus Champion, Denise B. Alexander)