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“Ronan is a walking nightmare as Madame Le Monde’s son...”
 The Boston Globe
from From "The Remarkable Rooming House of Madame Le Monde" with Beau Jest Moving Theater
“Ronan brings a charismatic and likable presence to Kilroy, and while it is easy to imagine Kilroy might have served alongside Streetcar‘s Stanley and Mitch during the war, Ronan’s American galoot comes off an archetype of heroic, American exuberance who arrives on a dead-end street…”  
Fuse Theater
from "Ten Blocks on the Camino Real" with Beau Jest Moving Theater
“Nick Ronan perfects the hulking, sulking physicality of a bruiser. Even his speech reflects the effect of too many blows. His Danny is unable to express himself without using his fists. Ronan gives a tour de force performance as the impenetrable ‘Beast’ transformed by Roberta’s ‘Beauty.’ “
The Theater Mirror
from "Danny and the Deep Blue Sea" with Zerega Avenue Productions
“Leading the pack of bizarre individuals is Nick Ronan as the infamous Marquis de Sade. From the moment he strides onto the stage and takes his place in the velvet-backed chair to the final vibration of his cynical laugh after Marat's assassination, Ronan commands the action in the room. It is obvious from his intense stares and slinky, cat-like movements, that he has no problems filling the Marquis de Sade's shoes. His presence on stage is uncomfortably captivating and one cannot help but be ensnared by his mesmerizing voice. The other characters are aware of this strange magnetism as well. At one point, using only his tongue and eyes, de Sade seduces Coulmier's respectable wife standing a few feet away. Despite all efforts to despise Ronan's de Sade, it's impossible not to be drawn in by his unusual charm. As Charlotte whips the Marquis, he says, "When I vanish, I want all traces of my existence to be wiped out." However, Ronan's performance as the Marquis is one not easily forgotten.”
The Berkley Beacon
from "Marat/Sade" with Emerson MainStage
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