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Press | Ron Bopst

Ron Bopst steals the one scene he’s in,. . . a brilliant one-scene role by the hilarious Ron Bopst

Broadway World, February 20, 2008 (www.broadwayworld.com)

For Spring 2008 EATfest (Love, Me (Margaret) by Jennie Contuzzi and Onions by F.J. Hartland) produced by Emerging Artists Theatre:

“. . . Bopst deserves a special mention for being completely unrecognizable from Love, Me (Margaret)’s Harry to Aaron here [in Onions] he’s a chameleon, indeed.”

The Stage is the Place, April 16, 2008

“It’s some excellent work from the performers, especially Mr. Bopst, who I’ve only seen do comedic roles before.” Broadway World, April 21, 2008

– “Both Longshore and Bopst give excellent performances (for Love Me (Margaret)) and “. . . the cast, especially Bopst, does a marvelous job” – Off Off Broadway Review (www.oobr.com)

– “Ron Bobst [sic] was fantastic in both of his roles. I left remembering him the most out of the night. Truly, he blew me away.” – 2008 New York Innovative Theatre Awards Judge’s Comment (www.nyitawards.org)

For Fall 2006 EATfest (Recoil by Karen Schiff) produced by Emerging Artists Theatre:

“Bopst and Cholet. . . offer exceptional performances.” – NY Theatre Experience, October 31, 2006 (www.nytheatre.com)

“Bopst is genuinely charming as the nervous and flustered Rich. The two actors share a marvelous chemistry.” – Byrne Harrison, Off-Off Broadway Review (www.oobr.com)

For Bernadette and the Butcher of Broadway by David Bell:

as J. Florence Thackeray with Michael Silva

“. . .a drolly gross Ron Bopst

The New York Post, September 16, 2003

Ron Bopst is amusingly gross as an editor.”

The NY Blade, October 3, 2003

Ron Bopst has less to do, but he does it with finesse nevertheless.” – NY Theatre Experience, September 13, 2003

For Burial at Thebes by Seamus Heaney with Handcart Ensemble:

Ron Bopst is excellent as a guard and later a messenger, finding the natural comedy and tragedy in his everyman characters.”

NY Theatre Experience, September 7, 2006 (www.nytheatre.com)

For Alcestis by Euripides with Handcart Ensemble:

Ron Bopst renders the King’s sorrow, honor, and finally joy with striking simplicity. – Just Shows To Go You (http://justshowstogoyou.blogspot.com)

For Arsenic and Old Lace with Dysfunctional Theatre Company:

as Dr. Einstein with Justin Plowman and Robert Brown

The true standouts in the company are Ron Bopst, whose turn as the increasingly worried Dr. Einstein is very funny, . . . “

NY Theatre Experience, June 12, 2009

“Plowman and Bopst are delectable in their roles as bumbling villains who invade the house, unwelcome, and insinuate themselves by force of will.”

offoff online (http://offoffonline.com), June 11, 2009

Ron Bopst as Dr. Einstein was pleasingly plump and sweating as he did the biding of his boss, albeit reluctantly.

New York Press, June 17, 2009

An energetic, responsive cast gets a lot of entertaining mileage out of this 68-year-old classic warhorse of macabre farce.

Back Stage, June 15, 2009

For ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore with Toy Box Theatre Company:

As Friar with Andrew Krug as Giovanni

– The company of actors are well cast and deliver beautifully [and] creates strong characters and brings the language to life. . . . Ron Bopst plays Donado and Giovanni’s Friar and also makes nice distinction between the two.”

– NY Theatre Experience, September 26, 2009 (www.nytheatre.com)

– “a very good Ron Bopst” – blogcritics.org and jonsobel.com

“This production is grounded by solid performances from the cast”

– offoffonline, September 26, 2009 (http://offoffonline.com)

For Fall EATfest 2005 with Emerging Artists Theatre Company (Larry Gets the Call by Matt Casarino):

For John, Paul, George, Ringo. . . & Bert:

– “Ron Bopst is outstanding as Bert, the Beatle that never was” – The Baltimore Evening Sun

For TonyLust! The Broadway Bloodbath of 2006 with Emerging Artists Theatre:

Ron Bopst is hysterical as the Euro-trash Veep van der Bender, who does a great job when performing a native Dutch folk dance while wearing a dirndl.” – NY Theatre Experience, April 23, 2005 (www.nytheatre.com)

For The Three Sisters with The Maryland Stage Company:

The Three Sisters at Maryland Stage Company

“Bumbling, ineffectual, but with the tyrannical anger of a spoiled child, Bopst gives a strong performance in this unattractive role. . . . Yet Bopst doesn’t make Andrei merely a buffoon; he allows us to see his love as well as his guilt at having failed everyone who has counted on him.” The Baltimore Sun

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