Bernard K. Addison
"In the title role, as a man ``who loved not wisely but too well,'' Bernard K. Addison was imposing and powerful, commanding the stage from his very first entrance. This was a very fine performance of great range."
  • Dudley Stone, The Off-Off Broadway Review (for Othello)

"All those moments involve Bernard K. Addison as Michael Ashe (the doctor, Astrov, in Chekhov)... Mr. Addison brings such forceful presence to this character... that his physician defines the intellectual and emotional landscape of the play."
  • D.J.R. Bruckner, New York Times (review of Uncle Jack)

"Addison's...eventual transformation from darkness to light is dazzling, a testament to (August) Wilson's richly humanistic legacy."
  • F. Kathleen Foley, Los Angeles Times (review of Joe Turner's Come and Gone)

"Your spirit will marvel to see actor Bernard K. Addison take what has been closed and dark in Herald (Loomis) and wrench it open with his own two hands. You will bear witness to a man who learns to stand on his own two legs and be."
  • Molly Rhodes, SF Weekly (review of Joe Turner)

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