The Reviews Are In …

The Children’s show I was in, “Sarazad and the Monster-King,” closed last week, but before we closed we got reviewed by the New York Times! Here’s what they had to say about my performance:


“But if “Sarazad” has a shaky grasp of real-life monsters, it succeeds charmingly with the kind from dreams. Dean Linnard, turned expertly ghoulish by Sabrina Khan’s costume design (almost too ghoulish for preschoolers) plays the Monster-King with an upper-crust Vincent Price accent and a zombie’s hunger. Sarazad makes up story after story to stay out of his stew pot.” (Laurel Graeber, “Spare Times: For Children”, July 13th 2012)


That’s right, friends: I’m almost too ghoulish for preschoolers. You’d best tell me stories if you don’t want to get stewed!

Latest News

In August I will be playing Caliban in “The Tempest” with Vermont Shakespeare Company:


In July my solo piece “Hamlet: A One-Man Show” will have its New York premiere as part of Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s New Works series:


In June and July I will be playing the Monster-King in the world premier of “Sarazad and the Monster-King,” a children show being produced by The TRUF at the Canal Park Playhouse:

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