Reviews

For No Room for Wishing:

“Fluidly and effortlessly, Bryck transitions from one character to another in a dazzling display of his talents: From teenage girls to cantankerous elderly men, from rapsters to dreamers to flustered public officials, the actor channels a variety of authentic experience; he’s a marvel to behold.”  

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“Bryck’s tour de force performance is a must see… Bryck uses his voice like a weapon and a tool to defy expectation. He plays gay, straight, male, female, young, old and all those who nestle between the lines of specification with dedication, respect, and love.”

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“…honestly one of the realest, best-executed monologues I’ve ever seen. Like Occupy itself, the roller coaster of characters moved me to laugh and scream – often at the same time… The impersonations are inspired.”  

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Listen to an interview with Becca Kidwell on her podcast series “Geeks Nerds and Artists,” about the challenges of playing multiple characters, dialect coaching, cross dressing, and writing No Room for Wishing.

You can also read articles in The Boston Globe and The MetroWest Daily News, and listen to interviews on WGBH and THE BRIDGE – Arts for the 99%. Plus check out the Globe’s 2012 “Critic’s Picks,” which includes No Room for Wishing.

For The Cherry Orchard:

“There are some fine performances… none more so than Bryck as the student dreamer who warns that change is in the wind…”

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For A Number:

“Danny Bryck should get the best ‘multiple personality’ acting award for his roles in this play…”  

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“Bryck seems to understand how it’s the subtleties that make us uniquely us, how we are each the sum total of tiny things…”

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For Breaking the Code:

“Danny Bryck gives each of his characters a palpable soul…”

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For Cyrano de Bergerac:

“Danny Bryck was a winning Cyrano…”

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“Bryck, who performs as Cyrano in both English and Spanish, is outstanding, spouting his character’s fiery, insulting rhetoric and poetic, romantic gems with equal ease.” 

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For Hedwig and the Angry Inch:

“Bryck is a marvelous mimic…”

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“I feel sorry for every human being on the planet who didn’t get to see Bryck as Hedwig.”

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