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DIVINA: A FANTASY CABARET

The Players

Written and Performed by Regina Gibson

Directed by Stephanie Cunningham

"Dipping in and out of storytelling and song, Regina expertly vacillates from emulating the poised opera singer, to her own hilarious contemporary character."

"Her voice expertly flows between both light and clear then rich and resonating lower tones."

"She’s endearingly frank and goofy as her vulnerable character–inciting roars of laughter." -THE KNOCKTURNAL

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DELTA WITH DIAMONDS, OR MAYBE NOT

Shetler Studios

By June Daniel White, starring Austin Pendleton

Directed by Michael Padden

"Regina Gibson as Hollywood and Bob D’Haene as Lyle make a terrific squabbling couple who are meant for each other and they both create heartfelt and compelling characterizations."
- THEATERSCENE.NET

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LEAH, THE FORSAKEN

Metropolitan Playhouse

Directed by Frank Kuhn

"Regina Gibson hold(s) the stage with skill...in a thought-provoking discovery, presented by a first-rate troupe."
KEN JAWOROWSKI, NEW YORK TIMES

"Ms. Gibson is, at times, breathtakingly intense.  She conveys not only the passion of her commitment, “I have even forgotten my people’s deeply cherished hate,” but the near madness she is driven to by the hysteria of the willfully ignorant.  Her silent scream of agony was deafening.  She has captured that feeling of “otherness” perfectly. This is the sort of play that should be mandatory viewing."
EYES ON WORLD CULTURES

"the acting is of a high caliber. In the title role, Regina Gibson gives an impassioned, persuasive performance."
VICTOR GLUCK, THEATERSCENE.NET

"the cast does a commendable job... Regina Gibson, as Leah, always keeps her dignity."
PAULANNE SIMMONS, CURTAIN UP

"This production is a real winner for the Metropolitan Playhouse. The performances and creative elements come together in a harmonious collaboration"
HOWARD MILLER, TALKIN BROADWAY

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DI GOLDENE KALE

National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene Operetta

Directed by Bryna Wasserman Drama Desk

Nominated Best Revival of a Musical

"In a handsome new large-cast production, presented by the National Yiddish Theater Folksbiene at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, it’s deeply satisfying."
Laura Collins-Hughes, New York Times

"Regina Gibson contributes a wonderful performance."

"The most delightful musical in town."
Harry Forbes, Forbes on Film and Footlights

"A smashing revival of a great long-lost operetta"
Jon Sobel, Blog Critics

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LATHEM PRINCE

Hunger and Thirst Theater, Capital Fringe Festival

By Ashlin Halfnight

Directed by Hondo Weiss-Richmond

"superb actors are at every moment the person they are meant to be, delivering dialogue with such authenticity that the most astonishing things seem completely natural. There are portions of the play which are breathtakingly, heartbreakingly funny, and it is the actors that make it so."
- DC Theatre Scene

"Each actor exemplified great confidence in their dynamic roles."
- DC Metro Theater Arts

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APPLE TREE OF PENIS NO. 7

United Solo Theater

Written and Performed by Regina Gibson

Directed by Katherine Carter

"She is a powerhouse of a performer."

"Gibson has the soul of a comedienne. With one pelvic thrust and a properly timed yawn, she deftly solicits raucous laughter."

"Gibson wields her words with the confidence of a seasoned freestyle jazz performer."
NewYorkTheatreReview

"Regina is an accomplished actor, with a fluid style that lends itself perfectly to the rhymes and rhythms in this brilliant piece. The lightness of her delivery is in fine contrast to the depth of her subject matter."

"It’s masterful writing, delivered with a gorgeous smile, and her luminous eyes glitter as she gambols about the stage, as fluid as a nymph."

"Her engaging performance is like a glass of fine wine, with deep undertones and delicious top notes."
NYtheaternow.com

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AS YOU LIKE IT

Connecticut Free Shakespeare

Directed by Ellen Lieberman

"Standouts among the country cast are Alton Alburo as the lovestruck Silvius and Regina Gibson as Phoebe, the woman who cruelly disdains him. Phoebe's attempts to seduce Ganymede are particularly unsophisticated and awkward; she reminded me of a character from Li'l Abner"
- BroadwayWorld

A MAN'S WORLD

Metropolitan Playhouse

Directed by Michael Hardart

"An admirably energetic production of a 1910 feminist play at the well-regarded Metropolitan Playhouse....is a clear-eyed staging which avoids melodrama... Regina Gibson plays the gossipy bitch Lione with great energy and style."
- Theater Pizzazz

"Among the other residents of the New York apartment are the singer, Lione Brune, (the excellent Soprano Regina Gibson whose voice is put to good use by director Michael Hardart)"
Gene Kilick Town and Village

"Gibson’s well-honed voice serves the play beautifully."

“A Man’s World” Graces the Metropolitan Playhouse
- Travellady.com by Adam Neal

"The cast is excellent with...Lione (played and sung by a marvelous Regina Gibson)"

- ArabVistas Review by Brenda Repland 

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DAUGHTERS OF LOT

Edinburgh Fringe Festival

By Alexis Roblan

Directed by Rachel Kerry

"Regina Gibson gives a vivacious performance as a self-described “whore” – a brilliant comic creation which is also disturbingly realistic."
- The Scotsman

".... with five great actresses...they performed it with the conviction needed." 
- Fringe Review

THE FLOWERS OF FANTASTICO

New York International Fringe Festival

Written and Directed by Rachel Kerry

One of my favorite moments in the play involves Sister Contentious—played with playful aggressiveness by Regina Gibson—slicing the hand off another demon and slapping him several times across the face with it.

nytheatre.com

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PARK SLOPE CASSOULET

Kraine Theater Festival

By Caise Aiken

Standouts include Regina Gibson and Jeffrey A. Wisniewski, who play the Brooklyn couple in Park Slope Cassoulet as well as a background (but quite humorous) couple in Trials.

nytheatre.com