TYLER PERRY’S THE OVAL on BET:


KENNY LEON’S MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
AT THE PUBLIC THEATRE:

KENNY LEON’S MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING OPENING NIGHT, 2019 :


SUCH THINGS AS VAMPIRES
AT PEOPLE’S LIGHT:

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"Daniel Croix Henderson gives a compelling, sympathetic turn as an asylum inmate who portends the arrival of Dracula. He reveals the humanity behind those that society has locked away behind walls" - Jim Rutter

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER REVIEW of SUCH THINGS AS VAMPIRES :  CLICK HERE TO READ
THE REPORTER REVIEW of SUCH THINGS AS VAMPIRES : CLICK HERE TO READ


STOREHOUSE
AT TORN SPACE:

REVIEW BY   COLIN DABKOWSKI of THE BUFFALO NEWS - directed by Daniel Shanahan

REVIEW BY COLIN DABKOWSKI of THE BUFFALO NEWS - directed by Daniel Shanahan

"More than perhaps any other production in the company’s storied history of pushing boundaries and defying definitions, it forces viewers to rethink and expand their own ideas of what theater or performance can be."

BUFFALO NEWS REVIEW OF STOREHOUSE at TORN SPACE THEATER :  CLICK HERE TO READ


Review by Amine Kassaoui, The Purchase Beat

Review by Amine Kassaoui, The Purchase Beat

  MIDDLETOWN BY WILL ENO
at PURCHASE REPRATORY THEATRE

dir. Devin Brain

“… his [Daniel Croix's} work was so hypnotizing that the entire audience seemed lost in a deep reverie, pondering their own dreams, desires, fears, and hopes… “   

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- Review by Anthony Chase, Artvoice

- Review by Anthony Chase, Artvoice


  IBSEN'S EMPEROR AND GALILEAN
at TORN SPACE THEATER
dir. David Oliver

“…The production is audacious, large, and renders Ibsen’s play in marvelously engaging fashion. An ensemble of energetic, focused, and unflaggingly devoted actors play a dizzying array of characters. This faithful crew includes Daniel Croix Henderson…"        
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HAMLET : A MOVEMENT BASED ADAPTATION
in HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM

dir. Daniel Croix Henderson

 

“An elegant but rustic paper installation framed the actors in stunning silhouettes, while a soundscape featuring live percussion moved tactfully with the breath of the story. The atmosphere created was riveting, blending the audience and the actors into one shared space that will not be forgotten."

- DIEN ANH VIET MAGAZINE
 

" This intimate production of Hamlet is theatre of a new age.   By connecting the the humanistic elements of the story and removing all spoken language, it has successfully combined Vietnamese and American culture into one voice of expression.....

 The acting and storytelling in Hamlet was strong and revealing. Hong Thuy's powerful work as Gertrude created vivid images that channeled the spirits of thousands of suffering women in Vietnam. I am impressed that such a young director has brought such a vibrant piece of theatre to life here in Vietnam."


- VIETNAMESE ACTOR, LAN PHUONG



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