John  Fico   



Made For Each Other - a one man play by Monica Bauer


Fico plays this story as if he were four distinct people, and at no point do you ever wonder who you’re looking at.  He has a gift of  using changes in his body language remarkably well – not just relying on vocal calisthenics or props to cue the audience.  Fico’s use of stance, tics, gestures and even habits give each character a uniqueness and to watch Fico transform from one to the other is a joy.   -Karen Tortora-Lee, The Happiest Medium

Read the whole review here.













The Robert Moss Theater/The 2010 Planet Connections Festivity.  Directed by John D. FitzGibbon. Photos by Ellis Gaskell





A. R.   G u r n e y 's     S c r e e n   P l a y 

Below are links to online reviews of the World Premiere of A. R. Gurney's SCREEN PLAY directed by Jim Simpson at The Flea Theater! 

New York Times    "Gleefully partisan...deftly orchestrated...grin-making chutzpah...especially pertinent"
 - Ben Brantley
Theater Mania  "'s John Fico who steals the show..."
 - Brian Scott Lipton

Off Off Online "A theatrical revelation.  Political satire at it's best... John Fico is wonderfully depraved...He affects a pitch-perfect Southern accent, a lecherous leer, and a masterful understanding of Gurney's satirical gift."

- Sean Michael O'Donnell

New York Cool  "The fundamentalist Christian masterfully sent up by John Fico...Political satire has never been this much fun!"

- Frank J. Avella




 See Irene Backalenick's review in BACKSTAGE.COM


John Fico & Amir Darvish
directed by Craig J. George
The Higher Education of Khalid Amir
Midtown International Theatre Festival, The Workshop Theater, 2008


Backstage reviewer Andy Propst calls John Fico "excellent" in Roger Rosenblatts's Away In The Manger, one of 5 short plays in the Flea Theater's 'Twas The Night Before... 





John Fico, Leslie Meisel, & Rob Yang
directed by Jason Podplesky
Away In The Manger /'Twas The Night Before...
The Flea Theater 2006