The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
"In Graham, [Thompson] says, the production had a lead actor 'who could not only figure out how to do the mechanics of this, but who could transform these moments into artistic expressions of life that move those watching to a richer depth of understanding of humanity."
Hailey Stangebye and Mary Alice Casey
Ohio State Alumni Magazine
"Graham, who is onstage throughout, is entirely credible as Christopher, shaping the strictly verbal portrait of the book into a physically vivid and precise performance. He ranges from the self-contained boy logically explaining the reasons for his actions to the heartbreaking one overwhelmed by a world of too much noise, sound and raw, inexplicable emotion."
The Columbus Dispatch
Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook
“...Handsome Warren, played with cool and charm by Connor Graham.”
Stupid F*cking Bird
“Connor Graham plays the central role of Conrad...Conrad is beside himself, while Graham is immersed in his being.
Graham is a beautifully articulate actor, barreling through Aaron Sorkinesque insults and monologues like a freight train. He possesses an unusual confidence for a performer of his presumably young age, the way Matthew Broderick ice skated through “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” charming his way to authority. Conrad is a more agitated character than that, but Graham handles him like a professional. This is one of the more stunning performances I’ve seen locally in some time.”
“In the central role of the woebegone would-be writer, Connor Graham tackles both the comedy and drama with aplomb and his audience interaction is impressive and fun.”
Buffalo Theatre Guide
“[Graham] has us laughing at ourselves while we’re laughing at him. He plays us and plays with us, giving an audience member he knows a beer and asking for an audition from a producer in the front row. He is hilarious and sad and pitiful and is great in this role.”
Ann Marie Cusella
Design for Living
"The Irish Classical Theatre production is most successful in the more rapid-fire exchanges. These land very successfully. For that reason, the third act, with its larger population of actors, and shorter exchanges, is particularly strong. In the same vein, some of the smallest characters resonate quite vividly under Mallinson’s direction...Connor Graham and Anna Krempholtz are acerbically funny as incompatible Henry and Helen Carver."
Over the Tavern
“Connor Graham a package of fury as mid-teen Eddie with his memorable “moving out” shutdown of his father.”