“For sheer exuberant ribaldry, it would be hard to find something to top the Protean Theatre Company’s production of The London Cuckolds. Strikingly modern and
wildly funny, the cast of thirteen, under Owen Thompson’s direction, brings
enormous energy and infectious joy to this subversive tale.”
-The New York Times (D.J.R. Bruckner) – The London Cuckolds
“The Doctor in Spite of Himself has a wise friend in director-adapter Owen Thompson. This production is laugh-aloud funny and more. It’s a clever postmodern burlesque.If Moliere’s ghost is standing in the back of this
theatre, he’s probably applauding.”
-BackStage (Glenda Frank) - The Doctor in Spite of Himself
“Skillful direction by Owen Thompson and first-rate comic acting make George
Bernard Shaw's Fictitious History an intelligent and witty evening of theatre.”
-TimeOut New York (Matt Stewart) - George Bernard Shaw’s Fictitious History
"A storm of a show, like none you've ever seen! This Tempest is a totally immersive
experience and a thrilling one at that! Director Owen Thompson has pulled
out all the stops in an effort to provide a memorable experience and he succeeds in spades! Action is everywhere and
one is filled with wonder from start to finish!"
-Queens Chronicle (Mark Lord) -The Tempest * *
“Great serendipitous pleasure! Very, very funny! This is farce,
and Owen Thompson resourcefully stages it as such.”
-The New York Post (Clive Barnes) - The London Cuckolds
* Nominated for the New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Director and Outstanding Revival of a Play
“Extraordinary drama…starkly directed by Owen Thompson.”
-New York Newsday (Steve Parks) - How I Learned to Drive
"Lunt & Fontanne is a solid win! Director Owen Thompson leverages the natural chemistry of his actors, and the result of this creative collaboration is lovely to behold!"
-New York Theatre Guide (Mariana Howard) - Lunt & Fontanne
"When it is done properly, Charles Ludlam's takeoff on Victorian melodrama
is an absolute gas. Happily, the Seven Angels production offers deft
direction by Owen Thompson and top-drawer performances.
Bolstered by first class sets, sounds, lighting, and costumes,
this version (and I've seen a few) is about as good as it gets!"
-The Newtown Bee (Julie Stern) -The Mystery of Irma Vep
“Masterful!” “Great Staging!” “Super acting. Super play. Super directing.”
“This is the best production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof I've ever seen!"
"For all its production value & big name, The Rose Tattoo (also
now playing) doesn't come close!” “Mesmerizing!”
“Exquisite!” “We loved every minute of it!...
Highest recommendations!” “Riveting!”
-Show-Score Members -Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
“For my taste, Owen Thompson has done more than expected. He’s taken a
summer stock standard of days gone by and made it fresh without
propping it up with cosmetics and nostalgia. Van Druten deserves
such care and clarity, and he magically receives it here.”
-The New Haven Advocate (Christopher Arnott) – Bell, Book, and Candle
“This colorful and splendid rendition will leave you laughing all night
long! A wonderful way to spend an evening.”
-The Theatre Mirror (Tony Annicone) – The Mikado *
* Winner of the Connecticut Critics Circle Award for
Outstanding Director of a Musical
"Timeless! First-rate! A memorable attraction, as relevant today as 400 years ago, exemplified by the intergenerational and multi- ethnic
cast under the tight direction of Owen Thompson!"
-Queens Chronicle (Mark Lord) -Measure for Measure
"A rich and satisfying surprise for theatre-goers! Owen Thompson and his
company are to be commended for mounting a rare GBS gem!"
-The Irish Echo (Joe Hurley) -Great Catherine
"Director Owen Thompson allows both Chekhov and Simon to make themselves felt: a night of high-caliber comedy, well worth your time!"
-The New Haven Advocate (Christopher Arnott) - The Good Doctor
“Owen Thompson has worked magic in directing his large and
lively cast through a maze of frantic comings and goings!"
-The Meriden Record Journal (Phyllis Donovan) - A Flea in Her Ear
'"Fabulous! Endearing! The direction by Owen
Thompson was tight and solid!"
-The Ridglea Report (Tom Nissley) - Lettice and Lovage