'With an impressive dossier spanning the globe, Fabio has ticked all the boxes. He has studied under Phillipe Gaulier in Paris, Larry Moss in Melbourne and New York, not to mention training at HB studio in the US, and the Accademia Teatrale Veneta in Italy. He has worked and studied across three continents, though that fails to scratch the surface of his achievements: film, television, theatre and teaching.'
'Fabio Motta played the dual roles of Max and his father with great style and sensitivity. He was totally believable and endearing.' - Barefoot review
‘It was Motta who really shone...His ability to flick between two different characters was brilliant...he was able to make them feel like they were played by two different people with nothing more than a hoodie.’ Adelaide Australia - L.O.V Theatre Review - Adelaide Fringe Festival.
'Fabio Motta, who take to Shakespeare as [a] total natural and hold[s] focus on the stage. It’s a treat to see [him] carry [his] character so well, presented excellently to the crowd. [He is] tight and confident with the text, choreography, posturing, the whole shebang and so can relax to entertain us!' - Much Ado about Nothing (Melbourne Shakespeare Company) Review - theplusone.com