"...Their bodies became flames licking at the air, at once chaotic and restrained. All elegance..."
-Rebecca Rafferty, CITY News (Aria//BIODANCE, 2018)
"...connecting dancers in ways that were elegant and seductive, or even amusing. As when Pfohl Smith and Zachary Frazee danced to a recorded piece from The Barber of Seville, smacking the floor – twack!..."
-Jeff Spevak, WXXI News (Aria//BIODANCE, 2018)
"...The Red Death, Zachary Frazee’s interpretation of Edgar Allen Poe’s short story “The Red Death” is at times eerie and enchanting, combining contemporary ballet and character acting into a performance..."
-Barbara Burke, Westside News & Greece News (An Evening with the New York State Ballet//New York State Ballet, 2018)
"...'The Masque of the Red Death,' with dancer Kate Kostelnik playing the ominous, merciless title character the Prince encounters at a masquerade ball. In "The Cask of Amontillado," the dancers will reflect on Poe's tense tale of revenge between friends..."
-Rebecca Rafferty, CITY News (The Raven: Three Tales by Edgar Allen Poe//New York State Ballet, 2015)
"...His eclectic show includes modern dance, classical ballet and an exploration of a variety of concepts..."
-Caurie Putnam, Democrat & Chronicle (Frazee Feet Dance: A Compilation of Choreography by Zachary Frazee//Frazee Feet Dance, 2018)
"...Zachary Frazee’s “Remain in My Heart” had six dancers in primary colors transitioning through a variety of interactions..."
-Julinda D. Lewis, RVArt Review (17th Annual Mid-Atlantic Choreographers Showcase//Frazee Feet Dance, 2019)
"...the small but nimble group tells stories about love, life and acceptance..."
-Kathy Laluk, CITY News (Somewhere In Between//Frazee Feet Dance, 2019)