Clown 2 in THE 39 STEPS - Music Theatre of Connecticut
"As for the two "clowns" in the show, both Matt Densky and Jim Schilling are ideal and they have a field day playing dozens of characters. With his almost rubber-like face, capable of a wide range of expressions, Densky is especially good 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 caught between her 400 cases of gin and his multiple previous marriages. 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.com, Emel Ertugrul)
Crumpet in THE SANTALAND DIARIES - Music Theatre of Connecticut
"Matt Densky has the skills needed to make Crumpet vivid, fun, and a little unsettling. One of Densky’s strengths in the role 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 loveable scene-stealer in the role of Scuttle. He was solidly anchored within 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)
Doody in GREASE - Tuacahn Amphitheatre
"My heart belongs to Doody (Matt Densky). He could really sing and played the underdog heart meltingly well."
(Alive! Utah South, Rachelle Hughes)
Flotsam in THE LITTLE MERMAID - Tuacahn Amphitheatre
"The naughty Flotsam (Matt Densky) and Jetsam (Joey Tierno) were a crowd favorite - they lit up the stage both literally and figuratively."
(Standard-Examiner, Rachel Badall)
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)
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 Harrelson)
Emcee in CABARET - New London Barn Playhouse
"I can only describe Densky's performance as insanely fabulous. Densky's style and animation are a thrill and worth the price of admission alone."
(Argus Champion, Denise B. Alexander)