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"Liz Rubino Reviews"


"Liz Rubino is a glorious performer with a remarkably flexible voice and a robust presence that recalls the Hollywood tough girls who could do a man in with a look or a punch. She also brings a delicious double entendre to "You've Changed," which suggests that a solo cabaret act wouldn't be out of line." Keith Joseph, Cleveland Free Times

"Smoky-voiced Liz Rubino aces Stormy Weather!"-Cleveland Jewish News


"As the Countess, Liz Rubino is a gift from the theatrical gods. Tall and unwieldly, she emits a brassy insanity worthy of Merman" Keith Joseph, Cleveland Free Times

"Liz Rubino's Countess Aurelia is crazy-like-a-fox in Kalliope Stage's Dear World. The young Rubino handles her role with such vigor and ease, its hard to believe she took over the part just days before opening. Rubino is excellent in the song "And I Was Beautiful", which reveals that the Countess has created her own dream world by design." Kerry Clawson, Akron Beacon Journal

"The heroine of this tale is Liz Rubino, who learned the role in 2 days, went on in previews and by sunday had it down to a beautiful, dizzy science." Tony Brown, The Plain Dealer

"Liz Rubino is an enchanting Countess. She has a commanding stage presence and a lofty Mary Poppins-esque manner that allows the fantasy world she inhabits to appear normal and inviting." Bob Ableman, The Solon Times

"Liz Rubino took over the role of the Countess just 73 hours before opening. Witout missing a line of dialogue or a note of music in the demanding role, her performance is nothing less than heroic." Fran Heller, Cleveland Jewish News

"Director Paul Gurgol capably found a leading lady with a great set of pipes who successfully embodies this character." Marjorie Preston, The Sun Press

"Liz Rubino sings her role with professional grace" Christine Howey, Scene Magazine

BAT BOY, 2007

"Liz Rubino is exceptional as Meredith Parker. Her singing voice and delivery is magnificent, and her actions keep us guessing from beginning to end." The Tribune Chronicle


"Rubino pleases the crowd with her funny, Julie Andrews-to-grizzly-bear-and-back tune, "An Old Fashioned Love Story". Marjorie Preston, The Sun Press

"There are a couple of show-stopping numbers, such as when the wonderful Elizabeth Rubino, as the sweet talking lesbian Madelaine True, sing "An Old Fashioned Love Story" ("See that girl on the bed? How she wants me.") Miss Rubino is a marvel." Herb Hammer, Chagrin Valley Times

"One standout song is "An Old Fashioned Love Story", sung by Elizabeth Rubino." Christine Howey, SCENE Magazine

"Elizabeth Rubino provides one of the evening's funniest moments as "Madelaine True"". Fran Heller, Cleveland Jewish News

"Kalliope has here acquired some of the best bargains seen in this city for years. These particularly include Melody Moore, as a Jean Harlowe-wigged defiant kewpie doll; the paradoxically pudgy yet sexually neurotic host of Tommy Foster; Elizabeth Rubino's predatory lesbian; and, as a rival femme fatale, Jodi Brinkman's coked-up prostitute. It'd be hard to imagine a better company to bring this work to decadent life, better choreography than Medcalf's, or any better setting, lighting, and costuming to ornament the occasion."


...Elizabeth Rubino adds grace and power to any production...she really got a chance to show versatility and her comedic prowess with "I Never Do Anything Twice". The audience was hers from beginning to end. - J.E. Ballantyne, Youngstown Vindicator

Rubino has a powerhouse of a voice and an equally commanding stage presence. On "Send in the Clowns" her voice was all she needed to hold the audience's rapt attention. As Rubino sang "You Gotta Get a Gimmick," I was thinking Rubino would make a great Mama Rose, even if she is too young for the part. - Andy Gray, Tribune Chronicle


The main character is Reno Sweeney, played by Liz Rubino. From the moment she opened her mouth to sing the first song "I Get a Kick Out of You", she had the audience in the palm of her hand. L. Crow, Youngstown Vindicator

"I Get a Kick Out of You" and "You're the Top" are just two of many occasions which Liz Rubino, in the lead female role of Reno Sweeney, shines brightly. The girl's got a great set of chops. - Patty Kimerer, Tribune Chronicle


"Elizabeth Rubino is Thea, the Italian beauty and strike leader at a shirtwaist factory who catches Firoello's eye. When Rubino isnt making hearts ache by singing "When Did I Fall In Love"...-Deb Shaulis, The Vindicator


"Supporting him in a virtuoso performance and equally brilliant was Liz Rubino as Aldonza, whom Don Quixote saw as the lovely Dulcinea." -Garry Clark, The Vindicator

GREASE, 1999

"Grease sizzles with high energy performances. Elizabeth M. Rubino gives a touching performance as Rizzo, the aggressive gang follower who realizes she may be pregnant." -Columbus Alive
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Touch of the Moon; Liz Rubino Music 2008



National soloist award winner and Actor’s Equity Performer Liz Rubino, brings over 15 years of experience to the music industry as a vocalist, professional theater performer, voice over artist and theater arts instructor. Rubino has been hailed “A glorious performer”, “A gift from the theatrical gods”, “A marvel”, and her vocals have left audiences “Captivated”, “In the palm of her hands”, and “Deeply moved” according to Columbus Alive, Cleveland Free Times, The Plain Dealer, Scene Magazine, The Youngstown Vindicator, The Tribune Chronicle and more! Now, Rubino brings years of professional stage performing, voice-over work, self-concieved cabarets, and vocal performance to her first professionally produced album, Touch of the Moon. A beautifully selected track list, divine arrangements, and a true passion for music, all reflect this one of a kind musical landscape.

Liz Rubino's talent sets her apart from other jazz/adult contemporary vocalists as she brings a true story to each song she performs. As you watch her embody her characters, you will be drawn into a different place, time, and setting. Rubino will take you on an emotional rollercoaster as you experience her remarkable vocals from the first song, all the way to the end of the performance!

With a band of five, the musicians on the album are top notch, and all have had extensive performance resumes both in jazz and musical theater. Together, these five performers offer a sound like no other on Rubino's first professional album, Touch of the Moon. Or, if you are interested in a one woman show or cabaret tailored to your needs, these are another of Liz Rubino's forti! Stay tuned this fall in NYC for Rubino's premier of her next one woman show-"If Only..." written and concieved by John Paul Boukis and Liz Rubino.