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Review of "serving elizabeth" by marcia johnson directed by cezar williams

"The cast’s ability to capture each parallel while maintaining separate characters was impressive.."

- Monadnock Beat - reo sleeper, critic - july 22, 2022

Review of “The October Storm” by Joshua Allen. Directed by Cezar Williams

“…superbly directed by Cezar Williams…October Storm lights up Hudson Stage.”

- Broadway world - bruce apar, critic - October 18, 2021

Review of “Till: A Musical” Music and Lyrics by Leo Schwartz. Book by DC Cathro. Directed by Cezar Williams

“Don't miss the opportunity to see this enthralling, relevant, and moving show.”

- broadway world - marina kennedy, critic - march 4, 2020

Review of "You Wouldn't Expect" by Marilynn Barner Ansemi. Directed by Cezar Williams

"Director Cezar Williams ably stages this work by a command of the visual with fitfully compelling results and guides the cast to inspired performances."

- - Darryl Reilly, Critic - September 26, 2018

Review of the 8th Annual The Fire This Time Festival Short Play Series directed by Cezar Williams

Theatre is Easy Review by Adrienne Urbanski on 1.25.17

Sec. 310, Row D, Seats 5 and 6, by Warren Leight, directed by Fred Burner

"Jacobson, Williams and Cantor deliver fine, nuanced performances..."

"The deftest piece is Warren Leight’s Sec 310. Row D. Seats 5 and 6, which shows us the titular seats during 20 years of heartbreaking Knicks seasons. Roman (Peter Jacobson), Eddie (Geoffrey Cantor) and Josh (Cezar Williams) alternately yearn for the years B.I. (Before Isaiah) and chart their lives by games spectacularly lost. This one has delicate comic footwork—the actors, Leight and director Fred Berner know the secret to one-act gamesmanship: Play loose and land every shot."

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