"I THINK THE MESSAGE OF LOVE & ACCEPTANCE, SEEING SOMEONE FOR WHO THEY ARE - IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS WE CAN DO AS AMERICANS RIGHT NOW." Read More: d'Alelio from Kinky Boots
"DON'T GIVE UP & KEEP GETTING UP THE NEXT DAY... SIEZE OPPORTUNITIES." Read More: Q&A w/ Tony d'Alelio
"CRAZY IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT WHEN IT COMES TO d'ALELIO'S STORY." Read More: Dancer's Debut is a 'Beauty'
"One of the great performers in this production is Tony d'Alelio as Lefou, Gaston's sidekick. This role necessitates a great deal of physical comedy, which d'Alelio pulled off without a hitch, much to the audience's pleasure."
BroadwayWorld, Keith Gray
"Tony d'Alelio deserves his own praise for the high level of physical comedy he brings in his role as LeFou. His physicality, pratfalls, flips, and more, brings a lot to the character and, though a minor, comical role, d'Alelio's LeFou is one that brings a lot to the evening."
Century News, Emily Carl
“Unexpectedly the Carpet character, performed by Tony d’Alelio, stole the show for a bit with his acrobatics and energy. The audience roared loud enough to be heard at Titan’s Stadium as he rolled and tumbled around the stage.”
The Williamson Source - Nashville
"Dancer and ensemble member Tony d'Alelio deserved special mention for his performance in the ensemble. He was immediately noticeable as the best dancer of the chorus as well as being the most facially "on" of the entire group. He danced with a large smile plastered across his face every time he was on stage and was the embodiment of the perfect chorus boy."
The Edge Miami, Jack Gardner
"The standout performance in the ensemble was given by Tony d'Alelio. He was also an ensemble member in the Wick's previous production, "Mame." D'Alelio is an energetic performer with a big smile and sharp dance moves. In the role of Phaedra as well as various other ensemble roles, he was always eye-catching when he was on stage."
The Edge Miami, Jack Garder
“Be Our Guest”… Its highlight is the flipping welcome mat, danced with gusto by the acrobatic Tony d’Alelio.”
San Francisco Examiner, Leslie Katz
“The most dazzling sequence is the aforementioned Be Our Guest… and the carpet (Tony d’Alelio) somersaulting like mad.”
Times Colonist, Adrian Chamberlian
"The scene stealing Tony d'Alelio as the acrobatic carpet, [is] endearing and enjoyable."
"On Broadway" - Broadway Music Radio, Stu Brown
"I would be remiss not to mention the tremendous tumbling of Tony D’Alelio as the Carpet.”
The Trades, Jeff Ritter
“Particular mention must be made of Tony d'Alelio's performance as a Dancing Carpet. His amazing gyrations, accomplished with a good-natured smile, rivaled any contortionist's act in a Cirque du Soleil show.”
Kansas City Getaways Examiner, Nancy Pistorius