"Adiagha is a true talent. She possesses a seamless blend of power and ease, which is a rarity in the present day actress."
- Lenny Banovez, Artistic Director TITAN Theatre Company
LITTLE ROCK: AN AMERICAN PLAY
"All the acting is on a high level but somehow I can’t forget Adiagha Faizah, who as Gloria Ray says, “I feel Like Ann Frank” when she takes refuge in the school’s boiler room."
– Simon Saltzman, CurtainUp New Jersey
"Maharaj is helped by a uniformly talented cast, each of whom is called upon to play a number of roles —and does so with aplomb...No-nonsense MinnieJean Brown and bobby soxer Gloria Ray allow Adiagha Faizah a variety of moods and stances."
- Neal Zoren, The Neals Paper
Adiagha Faizah as MinniJean Brown and Ms. McGlone are particularly affecting."
– Bob Brown, CentralJersey.com
R&J: AN UNCIVIL TALE
"...Adiagha Faizah is particularly touching as Mama Opal, Juliet’s slave. The supporting ensemble are in top form."
– Ryan Leeds, Manhattan Digest
"The performers here drive the piece well - standouts include Sophie Walker as April, a young actor whose star will be one to watch rise; Brandon Jones as her professor and father of her child Jack; and Adiagha Faizah as Woman, who dons many supporting roles throughout the story."
– Morgan Lindsey Tachco, NY Theatre Now
"Adiagha has the voice of a songbird!"
– Melissa Maxwell, Director