Actors Workshop of LI
Arena Players Training Program
Arnea Players Children's Touring Co.
He and She
Last of the Red Hot Lovers
Lies In Love
More from Story Theatre
Murder On Center Stage
Play Reading Festival - 3 New Plays
Play Reading Festival - 5 New Plays
Play Reading Festival - Breakout
Play Reading Festival - Famous Writer
Play Reading Festival - Homesick
Snapshot & The Propbox
Spoon River Anthology
The Dead Boy - Play Reading Festival
The Devils Advocate
The Menaechmus Twins by Plautus
The Zoo Story & Krapp's Last Tape
"Jerry (in Edward Albee's play The Zoo Story) is played by John Monteleone, an actor who is more than capable of handling Mr. Albee's complex character... his performance is a mixture of wild-eyed fear and soaring strength."
Leah D. Frank,
The New York Times
"BRAVURA PERFORMANCE... Monteleone demonstrates a convincing range in evoking 10 different characters" (in 'in Perfectly Norm-iLL People".)
'in Perfectly Norm-iLL People," his second solo, Monteleone slips with ease from one character to another with an original or hysterical line to draw you in."
"John Monteleone has a promising look of puzzlement at Aldo the Butler."
The New York Post
''Powerful Performance in "Diary of a Mad Man"
Mr. Monteleone meets the almost impossible task of portraying a demented man who is sinking into the quagmire of hopeless melancholia by finding out elements of humor that fit like pegs between layers of tragedy.'
Leah D. Frank
The New York Times
Monteleone keeps faith with the Gogol story, testing the conscience of his audience. the sicker his madman becomes, the funnier his lines. And laughing at him becomes a little sick, too. But it can't be helped. Monteleone is both funny and pathetic as the madman."
"John Monteleone is an engaging Mayer Schindel."
“Your performance was certainly excellent!”
Circle In The Square Theatre
"Congratulations on a most powerful performance.'
"John Monteleone plays Johnny with such vigor and energy that he could easily overwhelm the audience and make them feel uncomfortable. But he doesn't. What a difficult fine line to tread - to play an enthusiastic, slightly crazy, Shakespeare-quoting hash linger who refuses to leave a girl's apartment after having sex - but to play it without expressing a sense of evil. Never once does the audience feel that Frankie is in physical danger - he's nuts, but he's harmless."
"This production of Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune is one of the most moving evenings of theatre this reviewer has ever had the joy of attending. Don't miss it! It is a pure delight - but it's also a deep-dish creation... John Monteleone, an experienced actor, is wonderful as Johnny."
The East Hampton Star
"John Monteleone's Johnny is a finely shaded drawing of a compulsive, sweet, caring and agonizingly uncertain human-in other words, lots of us in our worst and best moments. In the words of Oscar Hammerstein, he's a man who stumbles, but a man who cares, and Mr. Monteleone conveys him with a refreshing complex of blind energy and forgiving gentleness."
The Southampton Press