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© 2020 Brian Barney

Brian Barney’s Clifford has ambition and amenable ruthlessness. His youth and so-what attitude are in direct contrast to Bruhl’s world-weary cynicism. The chemistry between the two performers provides a series of emotional exchanges and sharp timing.

Marla Carr, Reno Gazette-Journal

DEATHTRAP

POPCORN

Jack Neal, Nevada Events

Brian Barney doesn’t just play at being producer Karl Brezner, he is producer Karl Brezner.

Adrienne Rice, Reno News & Review

Brian Barney turns in a solid performance.

The fight between Prince Hal and Hotspur (Brian Barney) is dramatic and realistic. The echo of clinking swords verges on enticing the audience to stand and cheer for the outcome.

Kimberly Payne, Reno News & Review

HENRY THE FOURTH, PART I

CRIMINALS IN LOVE

Marla Carr, Reno Gazette-Journal

Barney had his character pegged. His transformation from mild-mannered bum to confrontational avenger was well done.

Jack Neal, Nevada Events

Barney brings a poetry to his philosophical utterances and a rhythm to his comedic delivery that makes all he says, whether profound or humorous, a symphony of revelation and wit.