TRY FOR THE KINGDOM,
Sour Grapes Veno Theater
“Very solid ensemble effort. The standout for me being Issac Conner (Moe) who presented a thoughtful communicative performance of a man desparetly trying to hold his world together.”
"The acting hits. Great acting"
"These are 3 fantastic actors."
"Best show I've seen from this playwright"
Radio Theatre NYC
“Isaac J. Conner lends howling intensity to the island’s native chief, and earnestness to the fast-talking reporters, crew members, and bystanders of Kong’s narrative.”
-Emily Cordes, Theatre Is Easy
Rave Theater Festival
“Conner’s portrayal of Virginia slave owner Richard is effectively revolting.”
-Anna Altheide, The Ensemblist
THE SUN HANGS THERE BETWEEN THE BUILDINGS AND THE TREES,
Under St. Marks
“It was these moments (Often between Isaac J. Conner’s Barry and Andrea Peterson’s Nora) that I enjoyed the most. These moments were [filled] to the brim with high tension and an urgency and I was always eager to find out more whenever these two spoke... one great scene between Ken and Barry... held a moment of silence that was one of the most compelling in the play.
-Max Berry, OnStage Blog
THE MORTALITY MACHINE,
“Part of this success comes from the design elements, which are wonderful, but it is equally due to the fantastic and capable cast. Isaac Conner, as the down-to-business lawyer, and Kelsey Rondeau, as... well...it's complicated, are both standouts.“
-Buddha-Pig (Sam), Show Score
“In the director’s chair for the first time, Conner nicely acquits himself, thanks in part to his obvious concern for detail and the veteran three-person cast.”
-Jack Felix, Williamsport Sun-Gazette
“Last night was the most memorable evening I have ever experienced in Williamsport!..
The Billtown Burlescapades elevates my opinion of the local arts scene because it was genuinely awesome. I usually assume I have to travel to one of the East Coast’s major cities to find any alternative culture.
-Williamsport Web Developer (Robert)
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