New York Times Review "...a friendly, lighthearted and entertaining affair...Antoinette DiPietropolo has adapted the play to fit it's new surroundings in a very pleasing way"
Review Village Tattler "Nunsense is the perfect musical comedy for a summer day or night–it’s light and fun and full of great singing and dancing routines as well as laugh-out-loud comic surprises."
New York Times Review "Antoinette DiPietropolo...has found telling steps for every scene, whether it is a love duet, a somber march into battle or the boisterous high jinks of sailors"
I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE
New York Times Review "...the bits of choreography created by Antoinette DiPietropolo...add to the effectiveness of the show"
New York Times Review "...bustling choreography devised from period dance moves by Antoinette DiPietropolo."
New York Times Review “Ms. DiPietropolo has crammed the musical numbers with surprise after surprise”
New York Times Critic Pick BEST STAGING OF A BIG NUMBER IN A PUNY SPACE, New York Times Year End List.
Riverfront Times "The original Peter Gennaro choreography, reconstructed here by Antoinette DiPietropolo, remains brash and jazzy"
"Easy Street": St. Louis Muny, with Isom, Leavel, Schuck, Tisdale
St. Louis post "In "Annie," 65 girls crowd the Muny stage as the singing, dancing, hard-luck inmates of a brutal orphanage...choreographer Antoinette DiPietropolo, however, shape them into a vivacious ensemble that's focused on the audience."
AND THEN I WROTE A SONG ABOUT IT
New York Times Review
"Mr. Cearley sings agreeably and moves lithely through the disco attitudes of Antoinette DiPietropolo’s choreography."
GETTING MY ACT TOGETHER AND TAKING IT ON THE ROAD
Broadway World announcement
"Daniel Robert Sullivan, Lisa Birnbaum, Erik Hayden, Jenn Colella, James Morgan, Jeremy Yaddaw, Louis Tucci, John DiPinto, West Hyler and Antoinette DiPietropolo"
AWARDS - Winner Best Choreographer, Triangle Theater Awards
Playbill announcement "Julia Murney, Michael Rupert and Norm Lewis represent the three tribes that conflate in the North Carolina Theatre's production of Ragtime"
Dallas Observer "Directed and choreographed by Antoinette DiPietropolo, Ragtime is all sweeping gestures and panoramic visual statements. Lyric's production is first-rate, with some moments that are as close to thrilling as in any musical we've seen recently"
Nominated in 14 categories, Dallas Theatre League Awards
ART AND SCIENCE
Playbill announcement "James Wesley's Art and Science, Starring Tony Nominees Tony Sheldon and John Tartaglia"
HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS
Theater Jones review "Original dances by John DeLuca (restaged here by Antoinette Dipietropolo) have the Whos moving in quirky little steps, adding to the cartoonish feel."
New York Times Review "Antoinette DiPietropolo has fashioned lively choreography for the actors who are skilled dancers and pleasing movements for the rest of the cast, including some charming children."
Times Beacon Record "The armature of the production was Antoinette DiPietropolo's choreography...yet without DiPietropolo's terpsichorean talent there would have been a weak spark in the nucleus of the visual entertainment...a host of expertise in the aesthetic dimension with sharp skills in directing, choreography, singing"
Broadway World "The rest of the large, talented, enthusiastic cast moves well to Antoinette DiPietropolo's fun choreography"
Newsday Long Island "while Antoinette DiPietropolo's acrobatic choreography soars"