"A writhing performance...Harrison Bryan spends much of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” in a state of internalized anxiety. His Christopher Boone chews on his words before spitting them out and carries himself with a kind of stiff restlessness, as if wrapped in an invisible straitjacket...Bryan rummages through Christopher’s psyche to find frequent moments of humor and humanity."
- The Washington Post (full review)
"Bryan delivers...an inspiring, painfully sensitive performance. Front and center onstage for the entire play, his portrayal is consummate and courageous, sentiment-free and fully committed, for Christopher is always “on,” evidenced by a variety of never-still quirks and fidgeting. Bryan effortlessly shuttles back and forth between outsized agony, sustained curiosity and uninhibited joy in a performance that ultimately feels like an affirmation of life."
- DC Theatre Scene (full review)
"A virtuoso performance...Bryan brings this arresting character to life in a beginning-to-end whirlwind of energy, with constant, often rapid, changes in affect and physicality, along with spot-on comic timing."
- DC Metro (full review)