Dangerous to Know


the narrator is spectacular, capturing the drama and lovely accent that both entertains and charms
— Cecily Wolfe

Road Show

Union Theatre, 3rd February-5th March 2016

Andre Refig unleashes buckets of charm and a terrific singing voice as the ambitious, amoral Wilson Meisner
— Alun Hood, Whatsonstage
The cast handle the score admirably and both Howard Jenkins as Addison and Andre Refig as Wilson negotiate their characters’ complex emotional journeys with integrity
— Paul Vale, The Stage
Andre Refig’s beautifully rich baritone gives weight to some of the more intense numbers, and he carries the charm the character needs to make his flaws both believable and strangely endearing.
— Dom O’Hanlon, LondonTheatre.co.uk
Andre Refig is powerfully charming as garrulous gambler Wilson
— Ian Foster, There Ought To Be Clowns
The ensemble cast are uniformly excellent with Andre Refig, always ready with a smile and an eye for the main chance as Willie and Joshua Leclair’s naïve Hollis the standouts.
— Gary Naylor, Broadway World
Andre Refig gives Willy a confident boldness that suggests the con-man’s cocky charisma at the same time as you know you wouldn’t trust him.
— Howard Loxton, British Theatre Guide

Cosi Fan Tutte

Arcola Theatre, 30th July-3rd August 2013

Andre Refig (Don Alfonso) brings the recitative alive through his vocal acting, pompously enjoying the plosives and angrily spitting consonants
— Belle Lupton, British Theatre Guide
Full points for the acting, especially Andre Refig’s Don Alfonso, charmingly rather than sinisterly manipulating the four young romantics
— Rowena Bond, Time Out


Clwyd Theatre Cymru, 21st November 2008-31st January 2009

Andre Refig is an outstanding Prince Charming, funny, romantic and a terrific singer
— Victor Hallett, The Stage

Doctor Love

Tobacco Factory, 29th July-2nd August 2008

her sap-like suitor Clarence (played by the charismatic André Refig) turns up disguised as a doctor and remedies her ‘love sickness’
— Velimir Ilic, The Metro