Broadway World Review, New Jersey
February 9, 2016
COLLEGE COLORS at Crossroads is Richly Rewarding
"The show's five-person cast is absolutely ideal in their roles bringing the audience right into the college scene ... Matt Maretz as Michael ... The company's excellent portrayal of the characters is often humorous but completely meaningful."
New Brunswick Today
February 8, 2016
Theatre Review: World Premiere of College Colors at Crossroads
"There were laughs in every scene, to the credit of both Lents and the actors.
Green Room Reviews
November 4, 2012
'Tis Pity She's a Whore' delivers the true meaning of tainted love
"And the Rat Pack-lite Bergetto (Matt Maretz) steals every scene he saunters into: He furrows his brows and spits fire hose-mini-monologues so sharp, even the other players appear to struggle in containing their laughter. Seeming on the verge of breaking into “Make ‘Em Laugh” and running up walls, Maretz lends an air of much-welcomed hyperbole and humor, helping the audience to look past some of the stiffer performances. His gut-busting final scene would easily make a highlight reel of the production’s finer moments."
The Playbill Collector.com
September 9, 2013
“American Games” a new play by Kevin H. Slack
""Matt Maretz played the star baseball player Henry Wool. I’ve see him act for many years and he has continually improved with the passing of time. His line “some people are just born to do things. I was born to pitch.” was touching and I enjoyed his heartfelt moments."