Reviews

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot- April 2012

Geb Brown’s ending monologue […] touched all our hearts.” – Seattletheatrereview.wordpress.com

Riding the Bull – July 2011

It was an impressive feat of performance” – Jerry Kraft, SeattleActor.com

“Anderson and [Geb] Brown have a definite chemistry” – Miryam Gordon, Seattle Gay News

Geb Brown as GL manages to maintain an air of perplexed and searching naiveté as he develops from a charmingly innocent man, who just wants to help his mama, into an obsessive bully, panicked at the thought of losing the source of his success. –  J. Autumn Needles, EDGE on the Net

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