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EINSTEIN

“Richard Kent Green is an excellent Einstein . . . subtle and impressive . . . moving . . . sparingly and beautifully rendered. The actors are all remarkable  . . . great acting.

- Raphael Badagliacca, UsherNonsense.com
http://www.ushernonsense.com/Usher_Nonsense/Reviews/Entries/2013/8/12_Einstein.html

 

 

 

LOL
WorkShop Theater Company 

 "...played to perfection by Richard Kent Green... hilarious and bittersweet, staged with
...anarchy and desperation... a jolly romantic comedy to a supernatural/psychological
thriller...LOL is an intriguing exploration ...a good deal of fun...the entire cast is terrific...."
- nytheatre.com review by Martin Denton

"...with brutal honesty and sharp wit…there is one reason to see this play...acting, acting, acting...trust me, it is just that good... if the promise of great acting is not enough to convince you to see LOL...there is always the sex."
- Sarah Bolson, OffOffOnline.com
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELEKTRAFIRE
A NEW ROCK OPERA
Livestage Perfomance - FRINGENYC

"FOUR STARS!"
- TimeOut Magazine

Nicole Taylor and Richard Kent Green in LOL

 

 

 

 

 

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR
LiveStage Performance

"witty revival...easy on the ears... excellent six-piece rock band...strong choral work from the ensemble...the production does indeed give some idea of what Jesus would do: he would kick back and hum along."
- Marlon Hurt, OffOffOnline.com

Richard Kent Green as Aegisthus in ELEKTRAFIRE

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KING HENRY IV
        Parts 1 & 2
Workshop Theater Company

"...pure storytelling... It is the acting, however, that proves to be the brightest jewel in Henry's crown...invigorating and, at times, hysterically funny... must-see."
- Stephen Morgan-Mackay, OffOffOnline.com

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COMMITTED
Living Image Arts
the Lion Theater


"Maria Gabriele and Richard Kent Green demonstrate excellent comic timing with their nonsensical banter."
- Doug Strassler, Off-OffOnline Review

 “Maria Gabriele['s] breakfast table bickering with her husband Arthur, marvelously played by Richard Kent Green, is both ridiculous and hilarious.
- Josephine Cashman, nytheatre.com review

Richard Kent Green as
Bardolph, Glendower, King Richard II (you had to be there - there was a prologue) and Northumberland

FOREIGN AFFAIRS
WorkShop Theater Company

Main Stage


"Bright, zany comedies...Gary Mink, Richard Kent Green and Kim Reed assume various characters and accents with aplomb...a good dose of humor"
- Andy Propst, American Theater Web

"Funny lines, playful gags, and a few surprises...a thoroughly enjoyable evening."
- Jo Ann Rosen, nytheatre.com

Maria Gabrielle and Richard Kent Green in COMMITTED

CERTAIN SOULS
Workshop Theater Company

"... designed to amuse, intrigue, enlighten, and ultimately move...winning. The Brightest Light...the brightest laughs on the bill...grabbed viewers...Richard Kent Green portrayed the down-to-earth, likable loner."
- OOBR Review by Elias Stimac


"surprising twists...robust storytelling...well cast... excellence of the actors."
- SHOWBUSINESS WEEKLY Review by Randy Kandel

Richard Kent Green as
Xavier, the Pope, Gustav and Desislav

Directing:

 THE BARKSDALE
       CONFESSION
Workshop Theater Company
 

"...  skillfully directed by Richard Kent Green. The three member cast...is excellent."
- Gene Kilik, Town & Village

"... director Richard Kent Green ride[s] the play's earnestness...to the edge of comic satire...tricky for the actors, too...but they succeed."
- Mark Dundas Wood, BACKSTAGE

SEAL SONGS
Two tales of love lost and found by the English seaside.

 "Richard Kent Green is a thoughtful actor who approaches his characters with a gentle hand.  He makes careful work of his accent in the first play and inhabits Alan with a touch of melancholy that makes you lonely when he makes his final exit."

 - UsherNonsense.com