There's no denying that what the experimental playwright and University of Texas at Dallas professor brings to the table is unique, necessary, and refreshingly off-the-wall.

D Magazine, Dallas

He likes to throw visual razor blades at his audiences.

Chicago Sun Times

A most enjoyable re-interpretation of the famous silent film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. How does one adapt this seminal silent film classic to a three-dimensional space? Thomas Riccio took the plunge and created a most pleasurable theatre experience, creating an amazing array of visuals that remains seared into my mind.

Pegasus News, Dallas


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