"Alexander Knaipp, the lovestruck Albert Leroi who is best described as being eloquent and sly, is able to sucessfully counter Wolfgang Ortner's Pierre Bernier. A wonderfully swift Ping-pong dialogue develops between these two. (...) On Dominique Hölzl's stage, Wolfgang Ortner and Alexander Knaipp go through all the ups and downs of the piece. Enjoyment guarenteed!
(Oberösterreichische Nachrichten, October 27th, 2012)
"Alongside the man of the house, the new ensemble boldly makes its imprint, especially Alexander Knaipp and Isabel Meili, who in the direction of Daniel Pascal skillfully strike the right comedic cord."
(Kronen Zeitung, October 27th, 2012)
"Alongside Ortner and tastefully morose are the new and young actors, that play their parts remarkably well. Noteworthy are Tina Winkler as the guileful and hysteric daughter as well as Alexander Knaipp as the sly wannabe son-in-law."
(Neues Volksblatt, October 27th, 2012)
"With its multifaceted Ensemble, who play their character 'types' with love and charm, the evening is a successful and recommendable summer theater event!"
"An Ensemble that plays wonderfully with one another....that is the secret to the success of Daniel Pascal's direction."
(Kronen Zeitung, 21. Juli 2012)
"Alexander Knaipp, brilliant as a young Lord Goring, becomes the compass of true feelings."
(Kronen Zeitung, February 11th, 2012)
"The actors master this difficult-to-play Comedy exquisitely. Alexander Knaipp jumps in and out sticky situations. […] Conclusion: it’s a highly entertaining evening. OÖN-Rating: 5 out of 6 stars."
(Oberösterreiche Nachrichten, February 11th, 2012)
"Alexander Knaipp, who plays the Dandy naturally, successfully shows us the troublesome son of Lord Caversham."
(Andreas Hutter, Volksblatt, February 11th, 2012)
"With the stark stage design of Dominique Hölzl and the exceptional acting from the Cast – Ursula Ruhs, Gabriele Deutsch, Nini Bollinger, Peter-Andreas Landerl, Alexander Knaipp and Daniel Pascal (who all played Wilde’s Witt wonderfully) - An ideal Husband proved to be an exciting and affective evening, performed at a high level of skill. This extremely recommendable production will be playing until the 15 of March in Schloss Traun."
(Roswitha Scheuchl, Rundschau Linz-Land, February 16th, 2012)
"And of course the intensity of the evening also has a lot to do with the magnificent work of the actors.(...) Alexander Knaipp , as the Page, knows exactly how intrigue works."
(Wolfgang Würdinger, gundl.at, December 21st, 2011)
"The Ensemble (Swintha Gersthofer, Franz Xaver Zach, Fang Yu, Franz Solar, Stefan Suske, Alexander Knaipp, Simon Käser und als Gast Dominik Warta) played very skillfully.“
(Michaela Reichart, Kronen Zeitung, September 26th, 2011)
"The precision is noteworthy, full of ups and downs and all between perfectly going through the entire Ensemble. [...] Simon Käser and Alexander Knaipp are very present Students."
(Wolfgang Würdinger, gundl.at, October 5th, 2011)
"The ensemble did a great job of giving each small role they played a very specific character which gave the production life as well as kept me interested in the piece."
(theatreinaustria.blogspot.com , May 9th 2011)
"The performances of Hamlet’s so-called friends Rosenkrantz (Gustav Koenigs) and Guildenstern (Alexander Knaipp) were
very successful. They frollick around like Preps onto the unsuspected slaughterfield.“
(Colette M. Schmidt, Der Standard, October 20th, 2010)
"Gustav Koenigs and Alexander Knaipp as Rosenkranz and Guildenstern are tastefully slimmy and oppertunistic when it is assigned."
(Wolfgang Würdinger, gundl.at, December 17th, 2010)
"Guildenstern and Rosencratz (Alexander Knaipp and Gustav Koenigs) almost stole the show during the play-within-the-play scene because they played the parts of 'Claudius' and 'Gertrude' both respectfully. These two brought enjoyment and played with such happiness that made the audience laugh."
(theatreinaustria.blogspot.com , May 15th, 2011)
"Director Ingo Berk, with the great Ensemble, has made Radetzkymarsch into this season’s unexpected highlight.“
(Martin Gasser, Kronen Zeitung, 11. April 2009)