top of page


With songs by

Stephen Sondheim,

Maury Yeston,

Kander & Ebb,

Andrew Lloyd Webber,

Goldrich & Heisler,

Kurt Weill,

Tom Lehrer,

Nadav Wiesel,

Emily Autumn,

The Therapy Sisters

et al.

White Crack Laurel.png
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • YouTube
  • Twitter



“Salvi is endearing, funny, and sexy, inviting her fellow “patients” into the darkness with her, always with a wink and a clever costume change.”

- Theater in the Now (New York, United Solo Festival)

"A well-needed, educational, inspirational, damn right brilliant piece of theatre"

- LondonTheatre1 (London, Crazy Coqs)


“Salvi proves herself to be a comedic force of impressive aptitude, delivering cutting one-liners"

- A Younger Theatre (London, The Other Palace)


“Ms. Salvi is absolutely terrific, a force of nature with a rich and powerful voice."

- Michael Calcott Fringey Bits (Prague Fringe Festival)


“Monica Salvi’s incredible voice and her perfectly judged repertoire of songs makes Mad Women in My Attic! a stunning cabaret, full of wit and weirdness that will have the audience smiling, singing and squirming in quick succession.”

- Fairy Powdered Productions (London, The Other Palace)


“Monica Salvi is a mesmerising performer, with an absolutely dazzling, classically-trained voice. She owns the stage, giving a captivating performance with plenty of glamorous costume changes and audience participation..”

- The Skinny (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)


“A highly energetic and engaging performance from a truly exceptional singer.”

- All Things Cultured (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)


“Italian performer Monica Salvi almost literally brought the house down. Rarely can the 200-year-old St. John’s Church have encountered vocals as ground-shakingly powerful as hers.”

- The Wee Review (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)


“A performance of dark, entertaining beauty, guaranteed to disturb and delight in equal measure.”

- The Mumble (Edinburgh Fringe Festival)


“Gem of a show… Salvi’s arrival embodies everything that’s dangerous and alluring about the twilight world of cabaret.”

- Fringe Guru (Brighton Fringe Festival)


© Monica Salvi 2013/2018


bottom of page