Suddenly, it was time to shift into “Summer Mode.” I had some catching up to do on e-mails, offering book copies, while putting together my flyers for fringe season, and loaded up the car and headed south for Orlando.
Takes highbrow art and mixes it with lowbrow fun… Mooney, an engaging presence… may not be as physically imposing as some actors to play Henry V, but his St. Crispan’s Day speech made me want to take up arms with him. Matthew J. Palm, Orlando Sentinel
When he recites Molière or Shakespeare he’s like a house afire (or, more accurately, like the fire truck racing to the scene)… If you’re familiar with Shakespeare, it’s fun to hear the standards again... And if you’re not, this is as good and quick a crash course as any. Elizabeth Maupin, Orlandotheatre.wordpress.com
If Shakespearean were an official language, then Timothy Mooney would be fluent. Mooney moves effortlessly from Benedick to Richard III… Flat-out riveting. Sultana F. Ali, TheDailyCity.com
Next Performances: 7/8: Montreal, Quebec (American Assn of Teachers of French) and 7/`7 & 7/19 Ashland, Oregon (Oregon Shakespeare Festival)