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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City

“Dickerman as Don is the poster child for giving up… does a nice job straddling the worlds of Karla,
for whom he lusts, and Marcie, to whom he relates.”

Review: Atlanta Theatre Club hits comedic stride with “A Funny Thing Happened” [Read more]

“This weekend we saw the Atlanta Theatre Club’s production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City. The play is an honest glimpse into the lives of two strangers who meet because their Mothers share a room to receive treatment for cancer. Funny, touching, heart-wrenching, honest – we strongly recommend this show.”
–Georgia Theatre Guide

“… one of the strongest ensembles I have seen in Atlanta. Not just for one of the smaller theatre companies here in town – but for any of them. Douglas Dickerman’s  is a wonderful stuttering and lost Don – whose dying mother shares the room with Karla’s…. Calibrating a performance for the specific venue has become it’s own bit of craft making and these actors do it expertly.”

atl stage review: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City” [Read more]

“Mr. Dickerman’s subtle depiction of an insecure, broken man is tempered and effective.”

atl stage review: Review Part 2 – A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center of New York City” [Read more]

ASTORIA PART TWO

Douglas Dickerman as Wilson Price Hunt

“…and the phenomonal cast…” [Read more]
Broadway World

“But it really was the ensemble that was the true standout for me…” [Read more]
Ut Omnia Bene

THE CURSE OF OEDIPUS

“As the fatally feuding brothers, … Douglas Dickerman’s perfectly pathetic as the power-hungry Eteocles” [Read more]
Broadway World

THE UNSEEN

unseen2“…Douglas Dickerman, in a hilarious, harrowing turn…” [Read more…]
LA Times

“And while Douglas Dickerman at first seems a little too loud as the over-angry Smash, the contrast ultimately makes his late-play soft-spoken monologue absolutely can’t-look-away captivating.” [Read more…]
Talkin’ Broadway

“Dickerman earns the biggest laughs in his forceful portrayal of an imposing thug with a surprising soft spot.” [Read more…]
Backstage

“…cynically sadistic…” [Read more…]
Offline
“Douglas Dickerman, as the terrifyingly twisted prison guard, is also powerfully perfect!” [Read more…]
Tolucan

“Dickerman creates a bizarre figure as the guard who hates his charges because he can’t help feeling their pain as he tortures them.” [Read more…]
LA Weekly

“As their jailer/torturer Smash, Douglas Dickerman is a commanding and darkly funny presence, and the actor has one hell of a gruesome monolog to deliver, which he does to stunning effect.” [Read more…]
Stage Scene LA

Radio Interview for ‘The unseen’

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WILLOUGHBY


“Outstanding among the actors is Douglas Dickerman in Willoughby. He is so extraordinarily interesting that it is not possible not to want to see more of his work.”
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Stage Happennigs

THE ACTION AGAINST SOL SCHUMANN

“…excellent performance…” [Read more]
The Village Voice

“…the great emotional and intellectual journey we have made almost makes the stage itself disappear from memory.” [Read more]
New York Times

“Douglas Dickerman generates some passion as Schumann’s self-righteous, Jewisher-than-thou son …” [Read more]
Time Out New York

“…outstanding work…” [Read more]
NYTheatre.com

“…standout …” [Read more]
TheaterMania.com

 

NEVER SWIM ALONEswim3

“…fierce, muscular performance…” [Read more]
New York Times


“…a winning performance …”
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New York Times

“Very good young actors (Douglas Dickerman) give it a beguiling richness.” [Read more]
The New Yorker

“Both guys are tremendous…a chilling, exciting production.”[Read more]
NY Post


“…a tour de force…leaves you quite breathless.”
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The Village Voice

Dickerman is an exquisitely sensitive performer, who can turn a pause and a glance into a moment rich in meaning and implication. [Read more]
Ithaca Times