David Mavricos

Press

“Mavricos portrays Kilian’s aching vulnerability through his adroit body language.”
DC Metro Theatre Arts, Solas Nua’s Coolatully

“The cast are so polished that it feels like a hologram, a film shot in 1,000 takes and somehow projected in full reality.”
DC Theatre Scene, Solas Nua’s Coolatully

“The three storytellers in Quotidian Theatre Company’s “This Lime Tree Bower,” … spin Conor McPherson’s Irish tale with low-key confidence. … These actors ride the current of McPherson’s thoughtful, funny plot with laid-back ease.”
Washington Post, Quotidian Theatre Company’s This Lime Tree Bower

“David Mavricos suppresses Frank’s anger and sense of righteousness in a quiet, compelling performance.”
DC Theatre Scene, Quotidian Theatre Company’s This Lime Tree Bower

Photo by Colin Hovde

Photo by C. Stanley Photography

Photo by Teresa Castracane

Photo by Teresa Castracane

“With just a few sentences, Mavricos conveys Frank’s dangerous volatility, a crackling electricity and a seething, silent, deadly tension.”
DC Metro Theatre Arts, Quotidian Theatre Company’s This Lime Tree Bower

“David Mavricos … adds unconventional physicality to Romeo’s moments of despair and rage that powerfully underline his emotional journey through the play.”
DC Metro Theatre Arts, Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s Romeo and Juliet

“[I]t is the young lovers who make it all work. Lauren M. Davis as Juliet and David Mavricos as Romeo remind us of our young selves when we first fell in love or even when we had our first crush – the joy, the rapture, the impatience and sorrow.”
MD Theatre Guide, Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s Romeo and Juliet

“David Mavricos’ [Romeo is] excellent.”
WYPR 88.1 FM, Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s Romeo and Juliet

“The cast as a whole is top-notch. [The ensemble, including] David Mavricos, … show nuanced and powerful moments throughout.”
BroadwayWorld.com, The National Theatre of Scotland and RSC’s Dunsinane in association with the Shakespeare Theatre Company

“Mavricos and Willem Krumich, as the cousins Arcite and Palamon, form a terrific display of male bonding.”
Washington City Paper, Brave Spirits Theatre’s The Two Noble Kinsmen

“David Mavricos too, gives an expert performance as Arcite, who seems touchingly mystified at how quickly his relationship with his beloved cousin goes sour.”
BrightestYoungThings.com, Brave Spirits Theatre’s The Two Noble Kinsmen

Photo by Jim Manning

Photo by Jim Manning

Photo by Teresa Castracane

Photo by Teresa Castracane

“Mavricos and Krumich maintain a gravitas in their bearing, but their line readings are timed so deftly that the humor in their conversations with each other, with the Jailer, and with Theseus skips to the fore.”
Shakespeareances.com, Brave Spirits Theatre’s The Two Noble Kinsmen

“Also making a strong debut is young Shakespearean actor David Mavricos, suitably spirited and princely as Ferdinand.”
Baltimore Sun, Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s The Tempest

“Ferdinand, portrayed by David Mavricos, is naifish yet confident in a balanced … way even in the face of the all-powerful Prospero.”
DC Metro Theatre Arts, Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s The Tempest

“Mavricos gives a stand-out performance.”
DC Metro Theatre Arts, Pallas Theatre Collective’s She Stoops to Conquer

David Mavricos is a “standout.”
Baltimore Sun, Chesapeake Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream