"Madariaga excels as the villain, displaying a calm unfeeling exterior at times, then bursting into rage. Sharply aggressive and elegant...[she] shows tremendous acting range, the perfect contrast to her male counterpart" -
Celest Dolores, Deslumbrar.com
"Sol Madariaga (excels) at capturing the physicality of a teenager in love...equally sweet, tempering Juliet’s determined impetuousness with a relatable nervousness." -
Jennifer Kramer, PlayShakespeare.com
"...the excellent Sol Madariaga..." -
Toby Zinman, Phindie.com
Initially a member of Buenos Aires' Colon Theatre Opera House Ensemble, Sol’s Argentine roots take influence in her versatile acting background, ranging from a Shakespeare & Chekovian/Stanislavski training, to her tango dancing skills,
to her most recent voiceover work in the audiobook world.
Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sol is a bilingual actress and graduate from The University of The Arts with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Sol’s naturally grounded and fiery confidence mixed with her witty Spanish flare combine to fashion a classically trained actress with an earthy and easeful elegance (and a sharp edge).
Sol’s deep-rooted poised style and unwavering ‘take-charge’ work ethic have shaped all aspects of her career, whether it be new musicals, dance, Shakespeare, contemporary plays or narrating audibooks.