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‘Caught’ catches audiences off-guard
Dusty Somers, "The Seattle Times"
"Green, who’s already having an exceptional year both as part of ACT Theatre’s core company and elsewhere, pulls off the required duplicity the best. She’s witheringly condescending, reluctantly sincere and disarmingly vulnerable — sometimes all within the space of just a few minutes."
Cheer Up, Chekhov
Gemma Wilson, "City Arts"
"Strong performances across the board... Green’s withering gloom is somehow charming, as are the ukulele ditties she sings about how fucking disappointing life is with an impermeable deadpan and razor-sharp timing."
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Michael Strangeways, "Seattle Gay Scene"
"Keiko Green as Constanze, the saucy wife of Mozart, is also quite compelling, nicely portraying both the sexy comedy moments as well as the more tragic scenes as Mozart falters."
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