Damien will be appearing in Sharon Horgan's new series Women on the Verge, airing in autumn. Reviews for The Unquiet Grave of Garcia Lorca: THE GUARDIAN: "Good performance from Damien Hasson as Lorca, Very moving." THE STANDARD: "Strong work from Damien Hasson as a livewire Lorca." THE STAGE: "Credible performances, notably Damien Hasson's vacillating Lorca." LITRO: "captures the titular playwright's charismatic vitality." BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE: "gives his Lorca an engaging enthusiasm & romantic blindness." Review for La Dispute: THE INDEPENDENT: "intelligent & thoroughly savage."
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Oxford School of Drama
A Clockwork Orange:
MELBOURNE THEATRE REVIEW: "Brilliant. His presence was so well felt, but not forced"
THE REVIEW HUB: "Excellent work impressive doubling of Mr Deltoid with an Irish hellfire Chaplain"
MANCHESTER'S FINEST: "Special mention to Damien Hasson for versatility & strong characterisations"
A YOUNGER THEATRE: "Damien Hasson as the Chaplain... a more subtlety acted counterpart for Alex, pacing this relentless play"
ARTS MAG: "Standout performance from Damien Hasson... transformed each time excellent vocal control & ability to change physically"
THE LIST: "unsettling as Deltoid & the prison chaplain"
Exeunt Magazine: "a measured Damien Hasson in a stand-out performance"
Notes From Underground:
FRINGE REPORT: "compelling... a truly powerful production"
The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui:
IRISH THEATRE MAGAZINE: "the ensemble cast have a marvellous energy... well-rehearsed & timed to perfection, with notable performances from Damien Hasson... excellently played by Damien Hasson"
CULTURE NI: "exhilarating & exciting from beginning to end"
Anatomy of a Seagull (Irish Times Theatre Award Nominated Best Production):
BROADWAY BABY: "Expertly balancing despair with a truthful inner search & yearning for love is Mr Hasson, whose polemical Konstantin wears his heart on his sleeve with doleful ambiguity. The off-kilter relationship he creates with his mother is both credible & moving"