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"a striking example of pure kinetic performance"

--LA Times

AT THIS EVENING'S PERFORMANCE // North Coast Repertory Theatre

fitfully funny suspense satire...Paul Turbiak, nailing the proud persona of this cocky upstart
— James Hebert, The San Diego Union-Tribune
terrific cast of ‘master farceurs’...some of Southern California’s finest comedy actors...blessed with actor Paul Turbiak
— Jack Lyons, Desert Local News

mysterious and magical...FANTASTIC...Turbiak making for a chameleonic adversary.
— James Hebert, The San Diego Union-Tribune
Fantastic Fun! Each cast member pulls off their role(s) superbly!
— Diana Saenger, The La Jolla Light

THE ILLUSION // North Coast Repertory Theatre


RECOMMENDED! striking, offbeat work with unexpected left turns, from a Demon (Paul Turbiak, dryly witty)...a wild, thought-provoking ride!
— Terry Morgan, Stage Raw
opens strong with The Demon (Paul Turbiak)...Turbiak is so dynamic, so supremely entertaining that he draws you into the piece and wins your commitment to stay the course
— Ernest Kearney, The TVolution

THE SUPERHERO AND HIS CHARMING WIFE // Not Man Apart & Highways Performance Space


a breathtaking feat of theater!
— F. Kathleen Foley, LA Times
The cast of Wood Boy Dog Fish puts their sweat and tears into to this show—they work harder than any other cast I’ve seen. The most notable performances are that of Nina Silver (Blue) and Paul Turbiak (Fire Eater)...Turbiak’s performance demands attention whenever he’s on stage; he’s the showman and the tormentor.
— Ryan Luevano, Tin Pan LA

WOOD BOY DOG FISH // Rogue Artists Ensemble & Bootleg Theatre


inventive, lively...vibrant production...All the actors take on numerous roles, requiring inventive staging: I could have sworn there was more than one Paul Turbiak.
— Margaret Gray, LA Times
A tour de force...Paul Turbiak is delightful...He leaps from male to female parts with glee and each time he lands, the audience is in for a treat.
— Millicent Borges-Accardi, Topanga Messenger

EQUIVOCATION // Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum


DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE // Actors Co-op Theater

GO! Well told...features a fine ensemble!
— Lovell Estell III, LA Weekly
Every single member of the cast of six is absolutely terrific, with special snaps to a standout Turbiak, whose transformation from good guy Lanyon to the evilest Mr. Hyde of all is quite breathtaking.
— Steven Stanley, Stage Scene LA