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Kiss My Aztec at Berkeley Repetory Theater and Ja Jolla Playhouse

"Son Fernando (an outstanding Zachary Infante) has designs on the throne... and potential Spanish savior Sebastian (Infante again) slickly croons “New Girl, New World”as  a glitzy pop plea..." - Marcus Crowder, San Francisco Chronicle

 

 

 "Zachary Infante spins fawning obsequiousness into seething comic gold as the scheming prince Fernando." -Robert Sokol, San Francisco Chronicle

 

 

"When the son (the deft Zachary Infante as Fernando) of the evil Viceroy (Al Rodrigo) muses about coming out of the closet, he croons “god must be gay.” - Karen D'Souza, Mercury News

 

 

"His son Fernando (boyish charmer Zachary Infante) agonizes to express his sexuality with his secret lover Reymundo (Carstarphen)." - David Joh  Chávez, Bay Area Plays

 

 

IN THE HEIGHTS at Orlando Shakes

"Zach Infante, who portrays Sonny, was also a dose of heart and juvenile joy, proving entirely versatile as he delivered the exact emotion needed to balance any scene. During moments of dreaming he was a voice of reason, during moments of grief he was innocence, and during tense scenes he was the lighthearted comic relief that proved to be exactly what the audience craved. He was light on his feet and partnered well with delinquent (but steadfast) buddy Graffiti Pete, portrayed by Erick Ariel Sureda." - McKenzie Lakey, BroadwayWorld Orlando

 

 

"Orlando Shakes 'In the Heights' radiates joy, warmth, love... Zach Infante deserves the laughs he gets as rambunctious teenager Sonny. - Matthew J. Palm, Orlando Sentinel

 

 

Sir Trevor Nunn's PERICLES at THEATRE FOR A NEW AUDIENCE

THE CALICO BUFFALO at NEW YORK MUSICAL THEATRE FESTIVAL 

Zachary Infante has a puckish presence in three roles, especially a fisherman. - Michael Glitz, Huffington Post

 

 

 

"The most utterly charming element of EJ Stapleton and Peter Stopschinski’s “The Calico Buffalo,”... is the friendship between a pair of outcasts: a wide-eyed buffalo calf named Bora-Boh (a terrific Zachary Infante)...

 -Laura Collins-Hughes, The New York Times

 

 

"Infante found Bora-Boh with ease, transforming into what is destined to be a fan favorite character."                 -Michael Block, Theater in the Now

 

 "He’s plucky, but innocent and trusting and Zachary Infante plays him with mega-endearing qualities and charisma. Eyes a-popping, with a loveable lopsided grin and a great, non-grating cheery voice, he’s simply a refreshing delight."     - Rob Lester, Nightlife Exchange

 

Julie Taymor's film of the staged production MIDSUMMER at THEATRE FOR A NEW AUDIENCE

 Flute (Zachary Infante)—here a shy Latino—launches with a certain awkward uncertainty into her own last speech, at just the moment when the fun is wearing thin and the guests are hoping it will soon be over. As if surprising himself, the actor finds his way deeper into the part, and the spectators find themselves unexpectedly moved by what they were prepared to mock. - Geoffrey O'Brien, New York Review of Books

 

Infante’s “death scene” as Thisbe is quite remarkable. - David Walsh, WWSW

Sir Michael Boyd's TAMBURLAINE at THEATRE FOR A NEW AUDIENCE

"...Zachary Infante offering a haughty and naughty Prince Joffrey-like glee to the son of Tamburlaine who has obviously inherited all his dad’s cruelty and none of his genius." - Michael Giltz, Huffington Post

 

" In the end, as Tamburlaine is about to succumb to death himself, he bestows his crown to his son Amyras (Zachary Infante), who seems well prepared to take over where his father left off." - Howard Miller, Talkin Broadway

SOMEWHERE by Matthew Lopez at HARTFORD STAGE

 

"Francisco (the zany Zachary Infante)" -Sylviane Gold, The New York Times

"As Francisco, Infante maximizes comic moments given his preference for his anti-body-type: Marlon Brando." - Fred Sokol, Talkin' Broadway

"Zachary Infante is amusing and endearing as the wise-cracking, teenage spitfire Francisco, who can imitate any number of screen actors or act out any number of classic movie scenes, yet feels dismayed by his mother’s failure to push him along, although as Infante demonstrates, Francisco will not need much help in pushing himself forward." -The Examiner

Julie Taymor's MIDSUMMER at THEATRE FOR A NEW AUDIENCE

"Flute uses his moment to play Thisbe as his big chance at fame, and he pours his very essence into Thisbe's death, creating the production's most powerful moment (and by production I mean A Midsummer Night's Dream, not just Pyramus and Thisbe)" -Eric Minton, Shakespearences.com

Max Casella [as Bottom]… is given a great foil in Zachary Infante as Francis Flute, who at one point serves as a human beat box to Bottom’s doggerel, and at another is a surprisingly moving (yet still comic) Thisby, femaled lover to Casella’s Pyramus in the play-within-the-play. -Jonathan Mandell, New York Theater