In the Metropolitan section of today’s NEW YORK TIMES, writer Neil Genzlinger called THE RYAN CASE 1873 “a particularly fine example…of outdoor theater.”
Patrick spoke to Mr. Genzlinger after he had attended a performance and poke with him for about a half an hour about some of the unpredictable things that occur while performing a theater piece in public outdoors in New York City. A good portion of the interview turns up in the last half of the article.
Read the entire article here: “A Killer’s on the Loose? Oh, It’s Just an Actor