From the Immaculate 2006: I had the distinct pleasure of viewing Immaculate on Sunday evening.
Even with the heat the flow of the play guided by the actors entranced
everyone. The actors each in their part caught the essence of their
character especially Sara Kovacsi as "Christine", Hilary Walker as
Greta and Aaron Krygier as Ramsey. I urge all who haven't to take time
to see this "spirited" production.
From the Buffalo News by Ted Hadley 3/15/09... Honus and Me is... filled with characters to cheer and
hiss... staged wonderfully by Meg
Quinn and nicely acted by TOY actors who know well how to tell a tale...Kurt
Guba believably plays young Joey, rubbery, excitable, observant,
life-learning on-the-run. Others are Aaron Krygier, excellent as Honus and, in multiple roles, Guy Balotine, Arlene Clement, Chris
Corporandy, James Heffron, Mary Mc-Mahon and Bryan Stoyle.
First Red Scream Vampyres Review found on the internet... it's... well... just read it here. For what the film is it's not disappointing.
From Buffalo Rising reviewer Grant Golden on the production of Murder Squared, November 2010: Anything for Money, a
little morality play about how greed transcends social class, has some
dark Hitchcockian humor in it, thanks to an unseen corpse (I'll say no
more). Heart of the Matter, a cautionary tale for caregivers, has a
truly bizarre plot-required twist that may take you beyond your ability
to suspend disbelief. Both Money and Heart are greatly aided by the
acting of Aaron Krygier, who makes a very believable sociopath.
From the Buffalo News via Ben Siegel forCowboy Mouth (Slim), January 2011... Hill (Tilke) and Krygier are dynamic in these roles... Krygier is at his best with Slim's monologues, which are poignant
primarily in that they are lethargic.
From Artvoice via Anthony Chase for the world premiere of Internal Continuity, September 2011... Aaron Krygier affords the shows most unexpected sight gag with deadpan aplomb.
From Buffalo Rising via Neal Garvey for Superior Donuts, November 2011... Max believes in the American dream and invited his huge nephew, Kiril,
to join him in Chicago. Kiril, played by Aaron Krygier, is the family
enforcer, but he's also something of a gentle giant. A ver-r-r-r-y nice
turn by Mr. Krygier. Da!