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DOG LOGIC at Costa Mesa Playhouse, directed by Sharyn Case
Keith Bush in Dog Logic at Costa
              Mesa Playhouse

Kay Richey Keith Bush, Alex Dornan, and Carrie Theodossin, photographed by Steven Georges.

(Performance of the year)

"The role of the central character, Hertel, is an awesome assignment, here tackled with passion and gusto by Keith Bush, who rides the lightning of Strelich's opus in fits and starts. There is certifiable madness here, certainly, yet Bush strives mightily to convince us there's a true method behind it, one worth fighting tooth and claw for.

Under the meticulous direction of Sharyn Case, Bush crafts and forms the eccentricities of his character into patterns ranging from logical to outrageous, pausing at every stop between these extremities. It's a tremendous accomplishment that succeeds where the script often fails, bringing this troubled character into dynamic focus."

- Tom Titus, The Daily Pilot
& Huntington Beach Independent


Keith Bush is an excellent bright spot as Arthur’s friend and confidant, Pellinore.  He has more energy than anyone on stage, and his constantly humorous presence drives every scene that he is in, making his more serious work toward the end all that much more gripping. - See more at: http://southernca.pagannewswirecollective.com/page/3/#sthash.1puFxtR9.dpuf
Keith Bush is an excellent bright spot as Arthur’s friend and confidant, Pellinore.  He has more energy than anyone on stage, and his constantly humorous presence drives every scene that he is in, making his more serious work toward the end all that much more gripping. - See more at: http://southernca.pagannewswirecollective.com/page/3/#sthash.1puFxtR9.dpuf
Keith Bush is an excellent bright spot as Arthur’s friend and confidant, Pellinore.  He has more energy than anyone on stage, and his constantly humorous presence drives every scene that he is in, making his more serious work toward the end all that much more gripping. - See more at: http://southernca.pagannewswirecollective.com/page/3/#sthash.1puFxtR9.dpuf
DEAD MAN'S CELL PHONE at STAGEStheatre, directed by Brian Johnson

Keith Bush in Dog Logic at STAGEStheatre

Keith Bush (photo by Brian Johnson) and Kimberly Wooldridge, photographed by Kirk Huff Schenck.

"Bush kills it as the dead guy, and his brilliantly delivered acerbic monologue from the 'other side' describing events leading up to his death, both emotive and comically amusing, is hands down, the highlight of the show."

- Angela Hatcher, Orange County News
SCROOGE & MARLEY TOGETHER AGAIN at Mysterium Theatre, directed by Eric Modyman
Scrooge and Marley at Mysterium Theatre

Keith Bush, photographed by Keith Bush.

"Keith Bush’s (Marley) acting on the other hand  is the favorite of the night.  His delivery is powerful and frankly shocking. I wanted more Marley."

- Patrick Chavis, The Orange Curtain Review
DRACULA: THE VAMPIRE PLAY at Westminster Community Theatre, directed by Greg Newcombe

Dracula at Westminster Community Theatre

Deva Gregory and Keith Bush, photographed by Greg Newcombe.

"In the title role is Keith Bush... as powerful with his one-liner zingers as he is with his hypnotic and spell-binding charms."

- Angela Hatcher, Orange County News
CAMELOT at Mysterium Theatre, directed by Michael Lopez

Keith Bush in Camelot at Mysterium Theatre

Duane Thomas, Keith Bush, and Robert Dudley, photographed by Robert Ladd.

"Keith Bush is an excellent bright spot as Arthur’s friend and confidant, Pellinore.  He has more energy than anyone on stage, and his constantly humorous presence drives every scene that he is in, making his more serious work toward the end all that much more gripping."

- Tim Titus, The Juggler