THE MUSIC MAN - St. Pete Opera
"Best of all in the cast is the barbershop quartet that wanders in and out of the show like a quasi-Greek Chorus. Songs like 'Ice Cream/Sincere,' 'It's You,' and 'Lida Rose,' with their heavenly harmonies, never sounded so incredible. These four individuals (Matthew Krob, Adam Cannedy, George Slotin, and Branch Fields) are so good that perhaps the show should be retitled The Music Men."
"As Dean Martin, Krob's performance is the most authentic; he replicates Dino's mannerisms, cadence, even the distinctive curly forelock ... from his drunken pratfalls to his shameless womanizing, he lives up to the nickname "King of Cool."
"Matthew Krob, Robert Bannon, Daniel Walstad, and Jacob Pressley form a wonderfully comedic barbershop quartet"
"The guys in [sic] barber shop quartet are uniformly talented and perform "Lida Rose," "Sincere," and "It's You," pitch-perfectly."
"The quartet -- Matthew Krob (et al.) -- make "Goodnight Ladies" and "Lida Rose" endearing and memorable."
MAN OF LA MANCHA - Ivoryton Playhouse
"One of the best voices in this show is Matthew Krob as the Padre. His phenomenal tenor voice soars off the charts in "To Each His Dulcinea" which is breathtaking as well as in the tear jerking "De Profundis" at Alonso's death. Matthew brings the needed depth
for this role."
"We'd be remiss by not singling out the beautiful vocals of Matthew Krob as the Padre ("To Each His Dulcinea")"
BROADWAY CLOSE UP: BILL FINN - Kaufman Music Center
"...and Matthew Krob shared the stage wonderfully with Betty Buckley in [the] '14 Dwight Avenue, Natick, Massachusetts,' the tender remembrances of family, friends, and home."
- Joel Benjamin, TheaterScene.net
BROADWAY BOUND - Red House Arts Center
"Eugene's innocence, combined with Stanley's (Matthew Krob) 'go for broke' attitude makes for several terrific scenes ... a truly memorable evening of solid theater you won't soon forget."
- Tony Curulla, Syracuse Post-Standard
GUYS AND DOLLS - Thin Air Theater Co.
"Matthew Krob is a fantastic addition to the Butte Theater... the entire cast was simply perfect in their role, but Matthew Krob stole my heart. Tall, dark and handsome and what a voice..."
- Diane, TripAdvisor
"Best Inherent in Monty Python is the parody of stereotypes, and SPAMALOT delivers. Actor Matthew Krob plays the "dashingly handsome" Sir Galahad with hair-tossing aplomb. Krob also plays a burly Scotsman with an accent as convincing as Sean Connery's."
- Karen Parr-Moody, ClarksvilleNow.com
LEND ME A TENOR - Millbrook Playhouse
"... All of them were terrific, but Matthew Krob as Max, the rather awkward company factotum, impressed me. His physical and vocal talents were a delight. This may be one of the names to watch for in the future."
~ Pat Park (patsopinionatedview.blogspot.com)
THE 39 STEPS - Arundel Barn Playhouse
"Matthew Krob, as Hannay, had the dashing, one-eyebrow-raised kind of spirit down perfectly as his character began to relish the intrigue... Whether hanging precariously from a railroad bridge or being menaced by airplanes, Krob’s Hannay was a charmer."
~ Steve Feeney, Portland Press Herald
"Matthew Krob, playing the lead, is a picture-perfect example of sophisticated, virile manhood who is a perfect fit for the hero role..."
~ Scott Andrews, Weekly Sentinel
"...With the panache of a debonair and handsome Londoner in the mid-1930's, Krob plays Richard [Hannay] who becomes embroiled in a devilish spy conspiracy. As the fast-thinking [Hannay], Krob portrays his character with confidence and comic skill..."
~ Steve Hrehovcik, Tourist News
"Matthew Krob does a great job in the singular role of Richard Hannay... Although Hannay is somewhat the straight man among all the absurdities of this play, Krob's clever use of body language and facial expression can draw a laugh with just the raise of an eyebrow."
~ Erin Sullivan, Journal Tribune
CRAZY FOR YOU - Arundel Barn Playhouse
"The comic gem is Matthew Krob, playing a character based on Florenz Ziegfeld..."
~ Scott Andrews, Weekly Sentinel
WEST SIDE STORY - National Tour
"The addition of high school dance chaperone Glad Hand (Matthew Krob) blundering through some hilariously incorrect (and politically incorrect) translations of his dance instructions is spot-on."
- Kathi E.B. Ellis, ArtsLouisville.com
Best Actor in a Musical -BroadwayWorld (Central NY) 2018
Outstanding Barbershop Quartet -Judges Discretionary Award, Theater Tampa Bay 2018