Choreography

Sweeney Todd: "The dance is subtle, the dance is smooth, DiCostanzo choreographs all the right moves"
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Sweeney Todd: "The whole thing was terribly ghoulish, Father, a veritable freak show, thanks to Michael Weber’s imaginative direction and Dina DiCostanzo’s choreography. "
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Article, Broadway World- "The production features energetic choreography by Dina DiCostanzo that is a mix of FOSSE as well as THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE (which is to say it is jazzy, exuberant and Broadway caliber)."                                                                                             Click here to read the article

Article, Stead Style Chicago- "They were savvy enough to hire Choreographer Dina DiCostanzo to put the large cast through their taps and twirls.."  "DiCostanzo's frothy choreography is a genuine highlight."
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Article, Fra Noi- "DiCostanzo can also sing and dance (making her the proverbial "triple threat" in stage parlance), and has a flair for comedy as well."
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Article, Daily Herald - "Pert, energetic, singer/dancer/comic actress Dina DiCostanzo"
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42nd Street 

..."I heard many intakes of breath as Dina DiCostanzo's Anytime Annie and the rest of Mader's stellar ensemble tapped up another storm..."
Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
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"Leggy Dina DiCostanzo is full of spice as lead dancer Annie..." Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun Times
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"The stunning Dina DiCostanzo is fabulous as chorus line lead, Annie." Kathy Guyer, Examiner
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Animal Crackers

..."add plenty of sparks to the proceedings; Dina DiCostanzo and John Scherer, in particular, score extra points sailing through their kinetic tap routine... Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun
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"Dina DiCostanzo moved effortlessly between the debutante Arabella Rittenhouse and money-hungry Mrs. Whitehead..." Anthony C. Hayes, Baltimore Post-Examiner
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"DiCostanzo is arduous and has a lovely voice for “Three Little Words.” The pair have a natural easy going chemistry that really floats their love right along with the rest of the story." Amanda Gunther, DC Metro Theatre Arts
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Boeing, Boeing

"Dina DiCostanzo is glamorous and volatile..." Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun Times
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"Dina DiCostanzo's Gabriella is a vibrant bundle of Italian passion." Brian Kirst, Hinsdale Living
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The Marvelous Wonderettes

"Dina DiCostanzo is able to make the man-hungry Cindy Lou a distrustful person without making her disagreeable." -Troy Record
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"Well-trained and vigorous singer-actor..." -Chicago Reader
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"...a slim, lovely vamp" -Chicago Critic
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Rocky Horror Show Live!

"[Janet is] played sweetly and innocently by Dina DiCostanzo..."
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Grand Hotel: The Musical

"But one of its palpable early achievements is showcasing actors such as Dina DiCostanzo (who plays Fleaemmchen, the scheming ingenue). DiCostanzo has one more tapping in Oak Brook than a west suburban woodpecker, and she deserved her big shot downtown. Quirky, droll, empathetic and nimble on her feet, she makes every last hackneyed line count." -Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
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God and Country

"The three performances by Karla Beard, Jane Blass, and Dina DiCostanzo are brilliant...Dina DiCostanzo brings energy to the characters she plays." -Talkin' Broadway

42nd Street

"...and the sensational chorines played by Ericka Mac, Dina DiCostanzo and Melissa Zaremba..." -Chicago Sun-Times
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Miscellaneous

"Dina DiCostanzo...is a very sincere actress" - Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

Looking Your Best For Every Audition: by Dina DiCostanzo                                                                                                                         Click here to read the full article