The New York Times on The Music Man at Sharon Playhouse by Jesse Greene
This was the most amusing and thought-provoking version of “The Music Man” I had seen in ages, often unpretentious despite its pretensions, cleverly costumed and full of new ideas.
Review of The Music Man at the Sharon Playhouse in the Berkshire Edge by CB Wismar
Morgan Green, Sharon’s Resident Director for the summer of 2017 has taken a treasured artifact of the American theater and turned it into a lively, energized, engaging and just plain fun evening.
Review of The Music Man at the Sharon Playhouse in the Millbrook Playhouse by Kevin T. McEneaney
...vintage La Mama Theater meets punk Noho loft.
Interview in Playbill re Sharon Playhouse Director Driven Summer
Interview with Morgan Green and Sharon Playhouse Artistic Director, Johnson Henshaw for Stage and Candour
American Theatre Magazine Interview on Sharon Playhouse Director Driven Summer
Interview with The Interval, June 2017
Review of Far Away at the Sharon Playhouse in the Berkshire Edge
Review of MINOR CHARACTER AT THE SHARON PLAYHOUSE in the Berkshire Bright Focus, The Berkshire Edge, The Millbrook Independent
Tri-corner news Sharon Playhouse Director Driven Season
New Saloon Interviewed for Howlround by Bertie Ferdman
MINOR CHARACTER Reviewed by Seth Simons for Exeunt Magazine
MINOR CHARACTER listing in the New York Times
MINOR CHARACTER Reviewed by Helen Shaw for the Village Voice
MINOR CHARACTER Reviewed by Ryan Hudak for New York Theater Review
MINOR CHARACTER listing in The New Yorker
Interview with Gavin Whitehead for TDF on MINOR CHARACTER
An article by Ariel Stess on MINOR CHARACTER for the Brooklyn Rail
New York Times Feature: Chekhov, Rebooted includes New Saloon's MINOR CHARACTER: Six Translations of Uncle Vanya at the Same Time
New York Theater Review Interview with Morgan on Three Translations of Uncle Vanya at the Same Time
Ask a Director: Morgan Green