Richard is a filmmaker, animator, musician, actor, and writer. He is a recent graduate of Yale University having studied art and film.
Richard's Reviews in SEUSSICAL
EXCERPTS FROM LOS ANGELES TIMES REVIEW "Miron is a refreshingly unaffected youngster..." EXCERPTS FROM THE SACRAMENTO BEE REVIEW "...the performances of Eric Leviton, Garrett Long and Richard Miron make this show as successful as it is... Miron portrays JoJo, a Whoville kid who thinks too much... Miron gives the imaginative JoJo a subtle and bemused human quality that plays well amid all the other more fantastic Seuss characters..." EXCERPTS FROM SANDIEGOPLAYBILL.COM REVIEW "Not to mention a great job by young Richard Miron as the fateful JoJo wrapping it up with some nice vocals of his own." EXCERPTS FROM SAN DIEGO THEATRE SCENE REVIEW "On opening night young Richard Miron was exceptionally poised, funny and musical as JoJo, the boy who discovers the Cat that gets him into a whole lot of trouble." EXCERPTS FROM RECORDNET.COM REVIEW "...Richard Miron played JoJo, the boy who thinks too much and too imaginatively. A poised, appealing child..." EXCERPTS FROM SAN ANTONIO-EXPRESS NEWS REVIEW "And Richard Miron is a charismatic JoJo." EXCERPTS FROM POTOMAC STAGES REVIEW "...the boy Jo-Jo was played by Richard Miron who made the role the heart of the piece. This is different than it was on Broadway where the role of Horton the Elephant filled that bill."