ACTING

ARSENIC & OLD LACE

“There clearly are no bad performances, with a large cast also including potential victims and a number of visiting officers, the most amusing being Chad Anthony Miller's Officer O’Hara, a playwright needing help with “the words.” No one makes silly believable like Chad.”
- Wiliam Kerns, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

RIPCORD


"It was Miller’s intention to only direct but, when a supporting actor departed, Miller stepped in to also play day orderly Scotty. Miller provides more believable depth and range than was written for the character."
- William Kerns, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Winner of the GW Bailey Award: Favorite Male Actor in a Leading Role

WE ARE A MASTERPIECE
- Playwright, Gina Femia

"From the beginning of the play, Chad Anthony Miller shows a sober and somber personality in his very fine portrayal of Ryan, who starts the play by reflecting on the past – the play’s present – in 2017."
- Anthony J. Piccione, Onstage Blog

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Miller's portrayal of Ryan is touching and sensitive, whether he is asking to dig his partner's grave or discussing painting with Joan."
- Leah Richards, CULTURECATCH

 

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DIRECTING

RIPCORD

"To an extent, visiting director Chad Anthony Miller’s interpretation of David Lindsay-Abaire’s comic “Ripcord” begins in pleasantly entertaining fashion, reminiscent of any number of television sitcom characters...Miller’s pacing is admirable, introducing a number of inventive, not-very-nice battles within the war. There is a hanging sequence right out of “Harold and Maude,” and an irritating, but guaranteed, way to keep an opponent’s telephone ringing. Mind you, an involved stunt closing Act One finds these characters’ daily reality transformed into the fantastic and farcical. In other words, it is too ludicrous to believe for even a minute -- which to the credit of the newly costumed ensemble, not to mention Miller’s vision, makes it no less entertaining."
- William Kerns, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

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