All Day Suckers
New York International Fringe Festival (New York, NY)
"Particularly memorable is Melissa Wolff, a comedienne par excellence."
Oscar E. Moore | TalkEntertainment.com
"Wolff shines...as a glamorous actress client of Bryce's, a harried nurse and an unscrupulous business partner of Bryce's father."
Alyssa Simon | NYTheater.com
"In addition to Carlin and McCarthy, Sarah Nina Hayon and Melissa Wolff display dazzling versatility in a calvalcade of multiple roles."
Ethan Kanfer | Show Business
walkerspace (New York, NY)
"Wolff is excellent as Anna, at times walking around in a daze, then coming sharply into focus, trapped physically and mentally in the past."
Mark Rifkin | This Week in New York
"[Melissa Wolff's] performance is a brilliant mix of peaceful moments and desperate struggles as she tries to hold herself together in the wake of a tragic fire. Her quiet, engaging humor betrays real emotional depth."
Kaitlyn Meade | NYU News
Henlopen Theater (Henlopen, DE)
"Melissa Wolff creates a moving and utterly believable evening. Her Joan is emotional, mature and nurturing, and we completely trust and believe her."
Helen Waite | Cape Gazette
Off Off Broadway
"The charismatic Melissa Wolff."
Glenda Frank | Backstage
"What saved Memorial Days were three performances. In the showiest role, Melissa Wolff manages a seamless transition from academic to aggressive vixen."
Don Dewey | WNYC
"Faring best among the play's supporting players is Melissa Wolff as Dede, a once-aspiring photographer who signs on as Nevelson's studio assistant and aide-de-camp. When Wolff's character emerges years later minus her own career and sense of identity, you are able to identify with the ambivalence, and occasional outright rages, of a woman who is equal parts nurturer and ambitious sycophant."
Jen Hendricks | Show Business Weekly
Sarah in America
"There's only one other character [other than Tovah Feldshuh] in the play, a maid named Marianne, gracefully played by Melissa Wolff."
Aileen Jacobson | Newsday
Mill Mountain Theatre (Roanoke, VA)
"Melissa Wolff offers a warm, affectionate portrayal of Vivian's nurse."
Michael Hemphill | The Roanoke Times