"Brandon Garegnani made quite an impact as Ferdinand in The Tempest and as the Sixth Man in Metamorphoses, playing characters as vastly different as Hades, who rules the underworld, and Vertumnus, who is so in love he disguises himself many times to try to woo his ideal woman, Pomona. Garegnani's Ferdinand and Vertumnus are utterly charming. He has an impeccable knack for physical comedy, and when his Ferdinand is combined with Caroline Strange as Miranda, the two absolutely capitalize on Shakespeare's words to create a chemistry which is at the same time relatable and hilarious. The two together are endearing and a joy to watch." [Read the Full Review]


Larisa Mount of www.broadwayworld.com

"Brandon Garegnani’s Ferdinand, the love interest to Prospero’s daughter, Miranda (Caroline Strange), had a first entrance any actor would be jealous of, as well as some really fantastic bumbling moments with Miranda." [Read the Full Review]

Jesse R. Gephart of The Triangle Arts & Entertainment

"...The delightful wooing of Brandon Garegnani’s innocent Ferdinand by Caroline Strange’s boldly curious Miranda, the water-play mimicking their exuberant attraction." [Read the Full Review]

Roy C. Dicks of www.newsobserver.com


* Chaunesti Webb of "The Year In The Triangle" Awarded Brandon Best Supporting Actor awards for It's A Wonderful Life: A Radio Play and Noises Off. [Read the Full Review]


It's a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play "The cast is a great ensemble, and the joy they feel onstage emanates into the audience. Particularly captivating was Brandon Garegnani as Clarence, the loveable angel who is trying so very hard for a promotion. Taking this iconic role and making it his own, Garegnani definitely earned those wings. Great range, both dramatic and comedic, is demanded of each cast member."

Larisa Mount of www.broadwayworld.com

Noises Off "I cannot say enough about the marvelous cast. While their characters were comparatively minor, Kelsey Didion and Brandon Garegnani proved that a well-rounded ensemble can really make or break a show. Their performances were the cherry on top of this hilarious sundae."

Larisa Mount of www.broadwayworld.com

"The actors, however, are top-notch; especially the three who must make instant character changes. Most impressive is Brandon Garegnani, who goes from brash womanizer to impish angel with equal aplomb and humor." [Read the Full Review]

Roy C. Dicks of www.newsobserver.com