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Peters' Emmerick and McNaught's Rosemary bring out the dynamic between the former's stiff-necked propriety and the latter's emerging free-spiritedness with playful appeal.
McNaught, Peters and the security guard (Carlos Olmedo) are perfect agents of change. They transfigure the space into a whiplash-quick trip through hallucinatory stacks of books. They match Cerda’s absurd factor and raise it a bar. Peters’ fastidious bookworm and Olmedo’s bumbling charm are both strong presences and McNaught is the anchor that keeps them both grounded
New City Chicago
they are a really dexterous writer. Not precious about language at all.
"Morgan McNaught puts integrity back into the art of acting.
Morgan is an absolute joy to have on set, both in front of the lens and behind the scenes.
THEIR work ethic, joyful personality and sense of humor is an asset that cannot be measured....
...Morgan McNaught's amusingly overwrought Helena
- Michael Grossberg, The Columbus Disbatch