Reviews


"A brilliant performance by a uniquely talented artist."


My Cultural Landscape Blog: George Hayemont
My Cultural Landscape: Children Will Listen for the full review


"Harris, dominates the stage in a way most soloist cannot... A musical force on the stage....it is hard to stay seated in your chair... Wayne Harris doesn't enter stage left...he marches all over it!....This reviewer wanted to stand up and form a second line to (march) with him.. The ride never stops..." "Harris is a fine writer..he dominates the stage in a way most soloists cannot..His description of the way it used to be makes us all long to have been there, marching down the boulevard, staying in step and keeping it real."
- Doug Konecky, SF Theater Blog

RATINGS: * * * BANG
SF Theater Blog: Doug Konecky
For the full review http://sf-theaterblog.blogspot.com/



 


"His performance is touching, . It is obvious he loves the characters and is dedicated to maintaining their integrity." "Now that I am thinking about it, I want to relive that moment of surprise when I sat down in the theatre."


Plank Magazine: Shane Birley
For the full review: http://www.plankmagazine.com/print/438

 

 

 


"His performance is touching, . It is obvious he loves the characters and is dedicated to maintaining their integrity." "Now that I am thinking about it, I want to relive that moment of surprise when I sat down in the theatre."

 

Plank Magazine: Shane Birley
For the full review: http://www.plankmagazine.com/print/438

 

 

"Wayne Harris skillfully interweaves deft character sketches...gripping!" - San Francisco Chronicle



"Moving..a play full of memorable characters and delightful stories" - SF Bay Guardian


"Wayne is a wonderful storyteller, insightful, funny and soulful..his work both startles me and touches me." - Charlie Varon (actor/producer)



"The San Francisco Theater Blog Awards Division awards 'May Day Parade' three stars with a Bangle of Praise. Two of the three stars are for Harris's writing and performing, but the third is for all those drum lines. He is such a musical force on stage that it is hard to stay seated in your little red chair. This viewer wanted to stand up and form a Second Line right behind him."

 

SF Theater Blog: Doug Konecky
For the full review (scroll down) http://sf-theaterblog.blogspot.com/
RATINGS: *** BANG

 



"Wayne Harris doesn't enter stage left, he MARCHES all over it. He's a big man with a lot of energy and he uses it all."


 

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