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The Philanthropist - Roundabout Theatre Company
Matthieu Cornillon, understudying for Jonathan Cake, went on stage one night for his Broadway debut. As it happens, some reviewers were in the audience that evening. This is what they had to say:

"Matthieu Cornillon, who subbed for Jonathan Cake at the performance reviewed, is superb as Braham, revealing him to be repulsive even when the insecurities and pretenses of his character are stripped away. I was glad to catch him in his Broadway debut."

—Martin Denton, nytheatre.com
April 30, 2009 (full review)

"The show’s saving grace is the arrival of two promising young performers. [Anna] Madeley’s nuanced turn as the conflicted Celia bodes well for her future on Broadway, and Matthieu Cornillon shines as an arrogant novelist whose Wildean wit hides an insecure ego. Both are actors to watch."

—Ethan Kanfer, Show Business Weekly
(full review)

"...a confident performance..."

—Alexis Soloski , The Guardian (UK)
May 1, 2009 (full review)

Avalon - FHB Productions

“Top scenes include…an adolescent rebellion by Lancelet (Matthieu Cornillon) against his high-priestess mother, Viviane.”

—Gwen Orel, Back Stage
February 23, 2006 (full review)

“…notable performances include…Matthew Sholler and Matthieu Cornillon as Arthur and Lancelet, whose erotic tension is the most believable in the play.”

—Maggie Cino, nytheatre.com
February 8, 2006 (full review)

“…a commanding presence and a solid portrayal of the conflict between love and honor which bedevil him.”

—Rufus J. Allen, Stage Pages
February, 2006