“D’Artagnan is now a woman, played by the amusingly swaggering Miriam Hyman”
Elisabeth Vincentelli, NY Times
Classical Theatre of Harlem’s production of The Three Musketeers directed by Jenny Bennett starring left to right: Emmanuel Brown(Athos), Miriam A. Hyman as (D’Artagnan), Reynaldo Piniella(Porthos), Brandon Carter(Aramis). Photo credit Jill Jones.
“Move over Wonder Woman, there’s a new shero in town”
Raven Snook, NYC Time Out Magazine
Miriam A. Hyman as D’Artagnan in Classical Theatre of Harlem’s production of The Three Musketeers directed by Jenny Bennett. Photo credit Jill Jones,
“… Sexton’s smartest decision is the casting of Miriam A. Hyman as Rosalind.”
Michael T. Mooney, Examiner.com. Rosalind. As You Like It. Two River Theater Company. Actor pictured: Jacob Fishel.
“Berniece is the memory and the moral center of the tale and Ms. Hyman carries the weight with quiet dignity and a rough poetic cadence.”
Ken Jaworowski, The New York Times
Berniece, The Piano Lesson, McCarter Theatre. Actress pictured: Frances Brown.
“The kinetic Ms.Hyman gives Posthumus a surprising and personalized definition of her own”
The NY Times. Cymbeline at Yale Repertory Theatre. Actress pictured: Sheria Irvin.
“Miriam A. Hyman is a lovely Miranda….”
The New Yorker
Miranda, The Tempest, La MaMa E.T.C.
“As Beneatha, it is Miriam Hyman, however, who provides the strongest performance.”
Jesse R. Gephart, Triangle Art and Entertainment. Beneatha, A Raisin in the Sun. Playmakers Repertory Company.
“It’s an extreme example of what good acting is often said to be; externalizing the internal.”
Ben Brantley, The New York Times. Donna,The Dreamer Examines His Pillow. Shakespeare and Company. Actor pictured: John Douglas Thompson.