Confronting Oppression on Boston’s South Shore with Community-Based Theatre
“There is so much more work to be done than installing a ramp out front for a theatre to be considered accessible, and so much more work than casting an actor of color for a theatre to be considered inclusive.” Howlround Theatre Commons By Gavin Damore June 19, 2017 Full article here.
Bridgewater State Offers Special Trip to Oz for People with Autism
"While they’re still ironing out the exact accommodations, Troy and Child noted, they’re receiving help from Bridgewater State University theater alumnus Daniel Perkins from Taunton – a sensory-friendly consultant with the Trinity Repertory Company in Providence who is on the autism spectrum himself." The Brockton Enterprise By Corlyn Vorhees July 9, 2019 Full article here.
Puppet Master’s Creations on Display in Play at Bridgewater State
"Child designed the puppets using wire, paper mache and cardboard. Once he created the shapes, he added different textures from crumpled tin foil, bottle caps and paper cups. He completed his pieces by meticulously spray painting and hand-painting them to make different designs and shadows." The Brockton Enterprise By Sara Cline July 7, 2018 Full article here.
"Purely delicious!" Indie For Bunnies by Antonio Paolo Zuchelli March 6, 2021 Full piece here.
Review, A Punk Holiday Cult Classic in the Making: Mary's Dark Christmas
"Punk is not dead. Mary’s Dark Christmas is the most hardcore thing I’ve seen this year, and my housemate had COVID-19 before we knew what caused it or how it was spread." New England Theatre Geek by Kitty Drexel December 22, 2020 Full review here.
Review, Moonbox Production's Parade: Attention Must be Paid
"In a trio of roles, including Leo's less-than-stellar defense attorney, Andrew Child displays great range." Broadway World Boston By Nancy Grossman December 16, 2019 Full review here.
Review, Family Performing Arts Center's The Wizard of Oz: Inventive Fun for the Whole Family
"From the moment Mary Kate McDonald as Dorothy, in braids and blue gingham overalls, vocally glides through 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow', it was clear this show was going to be something special. The Wizard of Oz also boasts unique choreography, rich lighting, and picturesque sets." The Sleepless Critic By Jeanne Denizard July 27, 2019 Full review here.
"When the lights come up on the scene you feel as though a new world is opening up before you." Boston Stage Notes By James Wilkinson March 28, 2020 Full review here.