Lady Rizo captures elusive 5-star reviews in Edinburgh.
“★★★★★ – Glamorous, Funny, Caburlesque” The Times
“★★★★★ – Effortlessly Magnetic Performance” Scotsman
“★★★★★ – Must-See Act” Broadway Baby
“★★★★★ – Oozing with Glamour- ” Scotsgay
Lady Rizo’s Violet is out now and you can get it here.
“Even the Fiercest Performers Can Have the Kindest Hearts” New York Times
“Lady Rizo and Bridget Everett Show Us How Stars Get Made” Village Voice
Lady Rizo made her London debut as the proud winner of the inaugural TO&ST Award – the Time Out & Soho Theatre Edinburgh Cabaret Award – the Fringe’s first ever prize created to recognize cabaret work.
Lady Rizo Soho Theatre Review London Evening Standard
Lady Rizo’s London Debut: Gay Times
Metropolitan Chic from a Rose-Eating Diva: One Stop Arts
Lady Rizo at the Soho Theatre: Huffington Post
Sweeping Vocal from a Seasoned Pro: The List
‘If you only see one cabaret show this year, see Lady Rizo.’ 5 Stars Time Out
Four Stars from The Scotsman
“Must See!” from The Stage
“Lady Rizo brings an invigorating set of comic insolence and vibrant tunes to the Bosco tent at Assembly George Square.” – This Is Cabaret
“Rizo’s performance has all the glamour of a poodle, but with the growl of a pitbull.” – Festival Journal
“Lady Rizo Leads Cabaret Revival into the Star Theater”: Oregon Live
Lady Rizo ranked Highbrow/Brilliant in NYMag’s insanely popular visual representation of who ranks where in their cultural hierarchy.
Lady Rizo is proud to have been presented in the NEA funded/ Public Theater produced NEW YORK VOICES series. Five other artists were selected for the commission including: Angelique Kidjo, Allen Toussaint, Ethan Lipton, and Toshi Reagon. Based on the success and trajectory of Broadway’s Passing Strange, the program paired celebrated Joe’s Pub performers with resources and talent from The Public Theater. Director: Niegel Smith.