"Antonio Minino brings the energy of commedia dell'arte to the stage, particularly as the characters delve into how life is often like a movie."
-Theater Pizzazz, Suddenly, A Knock at the Door
"Minino's Macbeth is a brooding man of action, who ultimately believes his own PR and whose scruples only come out after the coppery tang of innocent blood fills the air."
-Q on Stage, Macbeth (of the Oppressed)
"Antonio Minino in the role of Macbeth offers a superb delivery."
-International Film and Television Exchange, Macbeth
"Minino's Macbeth was vibrant and intense. The buildup to his guilt and madness was well portrayed from beginning to end."
-Quick Theatre, Macbeth (of the Oppressed)
"Solid performances by its company of actors. Antonio Minino as Macbeth and Elisabeth Preston as Banquo are the standouts."
-Talkin' Broadway, Macbeth (of the Oppressed)
"Played with melt-your-heart charm by Antonio Minino."
-Talkin' Broadway, Dark Water
"Antonio Minino has a rich singing voice."
-Hi! Drama, The Colonel's Wife
"Antonio Minino's Mousiki is both goofy and grounded."
-Backstage Magazine, The Empress of Sex
"Gripping is the menace of the vultures, convincingly enacted by Eric Percival, Antonio Minino, Deanna McGovern, and Dathan B. Williams."
-Backstage Magazine, Parts of Parts & Stitches
"A beloved Antonio Minino."
- Blog Critics, Dark Water
"Antonio Minino is good."
-Greenwich Village Gazette, Arpeggio
"Outstanding acting. Antonio Minino's relentless ultra-fey Pepito plays like a Harpo Marx gone gay."
-Culture Catch, All About Meat: The Garcias
"I especially enjoyed the scenes between the jolly musician paramour Mousiki... Antonio Minino should star in a sequel following their characters' escapades around the Greece."
-nytheatre.com, The Empress of Sex
"Anaïs Nin Goes to Hell is bolstered by the energetic direction by Antonio Minino."
-The Huffington Post, Anaïs Nin Goes to Hell
"Director Antonio Minino wisely keeps the production grounded in emotional reality and well of sadness that lies in all of the characters' hearts."
-New York Theater Review, Anaïs Nin Goes to Hell
"The director, Antonio Minino, made the audience's job very easy. Each moment was captured with no stone unturned."
-Theater in the Now, Anaïs Nin Goes to Hell
"Directed by Antonio Minino with equal parts gravitas and wit, flowers into a richly imagined garden of passions, philosophy, and humor... Minino skillfully paces and focuses the action while drawing on the actors' strengths."
-Blog Critics, Anaïs Nin Goes to Hell
"Director Antonio Minino does a good job overall, I especially like how he handles the fantasy scenes - those times when Henrietta's very active imagination brings her stories to life."
-Stage Buzz, The Family Shakespeare
"The show's director Antonio Minino has created some delightful staging sequences."
-nytheatre.com, The Family Shakespeare