NOTABLE PRODUCTIONS

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THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME

FIRST NATIONAL TOUR

Ed Boone

"Eventually he exposes a series of lies that have sustained his relationship with his father (played to perfection by experienced stage and TV actor Gene Gillette)"
Philadelphia Inquirer

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD ON BROADWAY AND MADISON SQUARE GARDEN

Ensemble
Understudy: Bob Ewell, Mr. Cunnigham, Horace Gilmer

"It's been the house of Muhammad Ali, Patrick Ewing and Billy Joel. Now, Madison Square Garden belongs to Harper Lee, too.

And to playwright Aaron Sorkin, director Bartlett Sher and the cast of Broadway’s smash-hit “To Kill a Mockingbird,” who, for an astonishing afternoon, took over the Garden and captivated an audience 18,000 strong"

Washington Post

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MACBETH

WITH FRANCES MCDORMAND

Bloody Captain/Seyton

"Frances McDormand is so thoroughly engrossing a Lady MacBeth, and so unforgettable in her sleepwalking scene...James Carpenter's firmly royal Duncan anchors the scene where we learn the gory military heroics of MacBeth, vividly related by Gene Gillette as a badly wounded soldier"
San Francisco Chronicle

BURN THIS

Pale

"The director had seemingly endless talent to burn in the explosive Gillette, an actor whose expletive -laced speeches threatened to go nuclear. You could feel ears scorching and paint peeling as Gillette worked to the very edge of his character haunted by the ghost of George C. Scott and just a touch of Tony Soprano"
Santa Cruz Metro

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WAR HORSE

SECOND NATIONAL TOUR

Ted Narracott

"As seen this month at a West Palm Beach tour stop, the cast hits all the right emotional notes. Gene Gillette shows the defeated spirit of Ted under his drunken bluster"
Orlando Sentinel