Love’s Labor’s Lost  at Quintessence Theatre Group

Love’s Labor’s Lost at Quintessence Theatre Group


PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD (Quintessence): Dead dads, tall tales, Irish intrigue
Phindie - October 6, 2019

The time of the play has been moved up to the present day. This decision allows for some flexible casting, turning one of the flirtatious village girls into a gay man (Daniel Miller). Importantly, this was not done for a cheap laugh or tokenism, but through an authentic need to portray contemporary life.” - Joshua Herren

Quintessence Theatre Group presents an uneven ‘Oliver!’ with a post-Brexit twist
The Inquirer - November 18, 2018

"Daniel Miller makes a big impression in the small role of the bully Noah Claypole." - Julia M. Klein

Quintessence Performs The Twist-ed Tale About An Orphan Named ‘Oliver!’
Delco Culture Vultures - November 2018

"Adult Ensemble members (Eleni Delopoulus, Kristin Devine, Daniel Miller and Tasha Waters) fill in assorted denizens of Dickens’ London—with Miller as a sleezy Noah Claypoole hitting on Ms. Devine’s loopy Charlotte." - Ellen Wilson Dilks

Regional Reviews: Philadelphia, Love's Labor's Lost Quintessence Theatre Group
Talkin' Broadway - March 20, 2017

"Daniel Miller gives another stand out performance as Costard, a local fool whose simple wit acts as a foil to the would be intellectuals and academics surrounding him. Miller is charming and successfully draws out the humor from the dense text. "

Slow-Paced but Light-Hearted Love’s Labor’s Lost
Play Shakespeare - March 21, 2017 

"Daniel Miller plays Costard with a comedic enthusiasm that makes it difficult to determine whether the character is a dumb hick, the only sane man in a ridiculous society, or something somewhere between the two."

Take A Bow!’ Part 3: The Staff of DCMetroTheaterArts’ Favorite DC/MD/VA Fall 2016 Performances/Directors/Designers by DCMetroTheaterArts Staff: DC/MD/VA/PHILLY/NYC AREAS
DC Metro Theatre Arts - December 16, 2016

"It included the legendary Janice Dardaris as Mother Courage, and her children, portrayed powerfully by Daniel Miller as the impetuous Ellif..." - Henrik Eger

PA Theatre Guide - October 19, 2016

"Ellif, skillfully portrayed by Daniel Miller, interrupts the action with his well executed sword dance and song which predicts his death unbeknownst to him. He tells the story of a soldier’s brave actions which ironically cause his tragic death."

Phindie - October 18, 2016

"Daniel Miller nails Eilif, the warrior son, while Tom Carman as Swiss Cheese, the younger son, radiates a fatuous honesty."