"Moloney's performance is phenomenal...Moloney is simply wonderful" 

wolf entertainment guide


Aedín Moloney

.Following the premiere of her critically acclaimed one woman show Yes!  Reflections of Molly Bloom at The Irish Repertory theatre....Aedin is currently starring as The Nurse in Romeo and Juliet, at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, directed by Ian Belknap


​"Moloney’s performance is, quite simply, a masterpiece...a Tour de force"

theatreasy

​​​​​​"tour de force"

the new Yorker

"Captivating Aedin Moloney Portrays James Joyce's free spirit in Yes! reflections of Molly Bloom...In her dynamic portrayal, Moloney offers a portrait of woman burning to be seen and celebrated by those around her, as she sees and celebrates herself. "

broadway world

" Moloney, clearly a sorceress...The actress is possessed of unflagging energy and a microscope eye for nuance; this is an extraordinary performance. "

lIGHTING & SOUND aMERICA

"A Woman Whose Passion Made Her Dangerous ...

 (A Most Dangerous Woman) is driven by Aedin Moloney’s fervent portrayal

of a woman who became famous under a male pen name....

(Moloney) energetically depicts Eliot as a passionate individual..."
 The New York Times

​​"a sensual experience for the ear, performed as exquisitely as it is by Aedín Moloney, Yes! Reflections of Molly Bloom becomes an unforgettable experience for the eye as well.. "  

theatermania


"When I was a Girl i Used to scream and Shout.....The anchor here is Ms. Moloney, the founder of Fallen Angels and an actress of sure-footed instincts."

The New York Times

​"a performer of extraordinary skill and commitment...She expertly captures the passion of a young woman "

theatreNewsonline

​​"..expertly performed by Ms. Moloney...

Molly Bloom Leaps From ‘Ulysses’ to Shout ‘Yes!’
Aedín Moloney and Colum McCann lift the character from James Joyce’s novel to create a celebration of womanhood for the stage."  

THE NEW YORK TIMES


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"Aedin Moloney is dazzling as james Joyce's Earthy Ulysses Character "

theatrescene