I would not have wanted to miss a bit of what Mr. Richards — live in person — offered me onstage.
The New York TimesFull Review
Comedic grace that borders on the balletic.
Watching this intensely likable young
actor in action almost seems
compensation for missing the emerging Tom Hanks at the Great Lakes
Shakespeare Festival in the 1970s.
Scene MagazineFull Review
He really should be famous already.
The Plain DealerFull Review
Akin to a youthful one-man band.
Comic genius and verbal dexterity and brought to mind a dozen stars, from Jerry Lewis to Tom Hanks.
Not Quite The Halftime ReportFull Review
Chris Richards is simply wonderful.
Talkin’ BroadwayFull Review
The News HeraldFull Review
The absolute bright star of the show was Chris Richards.
Pittsburgh Lesbian CorrespondentsFull Review
Beautiful creative and fierce acting choices.
Stops our breath.
An accomplished artist.
It is enthralling watching Richards.
A prime example of mastering distinct characters.
Pittsburgh Post-GazetteFull Review
Richards buries himself in each of his three disparate characters. Study the program carefully – you won’t believe it.
The ‘Burgh VivantFull Review
Richards is just the right kind of a pain in the ass. He needs a nightly Senokot martini and the world will be fine. But he ages well on stage and delivers the goods at just the right time to stir up the story. Solid work.
Cleveland Stage AllianceFull Review
The indispensable Chris Richards.
The skillful actor.
Akron Beacon JournalFull Review
Cleveland Jewish NewsFull Review