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Professional Theatre

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A Midsummer Night's Dream - Irregular Heroes Entertainment
Directed by Zachary Layner and Patrick Sylvester

Into The Woods - Heartwood Regional Theater Company
Directed by Griff Braley

A Few Good Men - The NOLA Project
Directed by Jason Kirkpatrick

Frankenstein - Hampstead Stage Company
Directed by Austen Elizabeth Edwards

The Tempest - Heartwood Regional Theater Company
Directed by Griff Braley

Northland's Worship Series - Northland, A Church Distributed: Children's Worship Wing
Directed by Rob Diacheysn

Godspell - Theatre Downtown & The Vine Theater
Directed by Zach Van Dyke

Educational Theatre

The Importance of Being Earnest - Theatre UCF
Directed by Mark Routhier
Nominated by Broadway World Orlando: Best Actor in a Non-Professional Production (2015)

UCF Celebrates the Arts - The Dr. Philips Performing Arts Center
Directed by Earl Weaver

A Midsummer Night's Dream - The Guerrilla Shakespeare Project
Directed by Jordan Reeves

Arcadia - Theatre UCF
Directed by Kate Ingram

* Leveling Up! - Theatre UCF
Directed by Mark Routhier
Nominated for Irene Ryan Scholarship, Region IV KC-ACTF Semi-Finalist (2015), NNPN Rolling World Premiere

Bury the Dead - Theatre UCF
Directed by Mark Brotherton

Boeing, Boeing - Theatre UCF
Directed by Mark Brotherton

Nice People Dancing to Good Country Music - Theatre UCF
Directed by Chris Niess

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Reviews


Reviews

Reviews


Reviews

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Into the woods:

"...the Wolf, played by Patrick Sylvester with just the right amount of darkness. His cunning, laced with a measure of licentiousness, and his overpowering appetite for the sweet young Red Riding Hood, are delightful. The dance he entreats Red into as he questions her about where she is going, among other things, is, well, a little creepy due to the girl’s innocence and the Wolf’s, um, appetites ... Great scene."

- Lisa Kristoff | July 13th, 2017

Into the woods:

"Patrick Sylvester, portraying Rapunzel's Prince and the Wolf, is really quite mesmerizing ... "

- Tamara Lilly | July 12th, 2017

A Few Good Men:

"Terrifying"

- Bruce Burgun | January 30th, 2017

Frankenstein:

"Both Patrick Sylvester and Robert Wright III are superb in the characters they occupy and the choices they make: Sylvester, as Doctor Victor Frankenstein, charts a cerebral course . . . What makes each performer's interpretations stand out are the paradoxes they themselves embrace: Sylvester's Frankenstein may be sober and studious, but he, and the other characters Sylvester plays, demonstrate an impressive range of reactions and emotions. "

- Michael Curtiss | October 7th, 2016

The Tempest:

"Caliban is delightfully portrayed by Patrick Sylvester who possesses great comic timing, a host of facial expressions to die for, and who is quite skilled in physical comedy — his tumbles are impressive. He is an animated scene stealer for sure."

- Lisa Kristoff | July 14th, 2016

The Tempest:

"The most textured performance is given by Patrick Sylvester, playing the monster slave Caliban . . . he spends most of the play moving about in a crouched, animalistic pose. His movement, facial expression and vocal variety create the most unique, high-energy persona, something that has to be physically taxing to portray with consistency. He succeeded."

- Tamara Lilly | July 14th, 2016

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST:

"[Patrick Sylvester and Trevor Starr] make a very strong comic pairing, with Sylvester more of the dashing gentleman with a dry wit, while Starr's Algernon is his foppish foil and antagonist . . . While no one will ever confuse The Importance of Being Earnest with high-drama, Sylvester, Starr, Tavarez, and Gluchoski make an exceptional romantic comedy team." 

- Matt Tamanini |  August 16th, 2015

LEVELING UP:

“As Ian, Patrick Sylvester has a beautifully believable transformation from the dude shouting ‘Awesome!’ at every virtual kill to the tearful figure realizing that real actions have real consequences.”

- Matthew J. Palm | Jan. 17, 2014

Boeing, Boeing:

“Bernard, as played by Patrick Sylvester, goes from cool and suave to panic-stricken and non-functional in seconds. Sylvester plays Bernard with an essence of Gatsby and AMC's Mad Men.“ 

- Kimberly Moy | June 25, 2013

GODSPELL:

“An army of apostles – their numbers fluctuate from nine to thirteen depending on who is hauled onstage in any given scene – energetically act out the aw-shucks aphorisms of Jesus, while the banjo-strumming Judas (Patrick Sylvester, recalling a mop-topped Kevin Bacon) contemplates his betrayal.”

- Seth Kubersky | Feb. 26, 2013