Venue Details

American Theatre of Actors
Between 8th/9th Aves. 314 W. 54th St. New York, NY 10019
212-581-3044
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4.9 / 5 Rated by 9 members
Eddierojas
Review from Eddierojas
11 events 5 reviews

Great performance by one play actor !

reviewed Feb 10 2018 report as inappropriate
Joanna Seddon
Review from Joanna Seddon
12 events 2 reviews

Real theater. An intimate one man show with verve, excitement an authenticity. For all those who love Gogol and those who don't know him. Highly recommended.

reviewed Nov 24 2017 report as inappropriate
John Dikran Utidjian
Review from John Dikran Utidjian
1 event 1 review

There is nothing you can do tonight that is more worthwhile, if you like art and great execution, than see this play

reviewed Nov 09 2017 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

  • “…A triumph of acting for Ilia Volok! … a performance of beauty and intensity.” — Front Row Center Arts
  • “…Fervent and heartbreaking ingenuity of Ilia Volok’s performance…” — Local theatre NY
  • “…Performed with consummate skill and precision by Ilia Volok.
    …(a) tightrope act that comes off beautifully.” — Drama Queen Reviews
  • “…Keeps the audience captivated and entertained throughout. It takes a great actor to bring that type of character to life and Mr. Volok deserves to be commended for his success in doing that.” — On Stage
  • “… An absolute must-see, with a performance by Volok that is so riveting that as his insanity escalates, he maintains a powerful core that never dissipates … This talented actor takes on the adaptation, written by Nikolai Gogol, with an intense range of emotions, both scary and, at times, surprisingly tender." —Examiner.com
  • “Volok delineates the delirium with a fierce yet finely modulated intensity…" — LA Weekly
  • “… Diary of a Madman is a bold and unique actor’s showcase and a performance well worth attending.” — Lastagehappenings.com
  • “… Poprishin played masterfully by Ilia Volok. Volok gives a powerful and commanding performance that this reviewer will long remember.” — Totaltheater.com

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