"...unique, charming, at times hilarious, but most importantly, human."

dean gabourie - former associate artistic director - Stratford Festival, Canada

Each D’Ysquith is played deliciously by Brian P. Sage...it is Mr. Sage who steals the show.
— David Kiley, Encore Michigan - D'Ysquith Family in A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder
Sage is funny in an eerily sardonic way. More often and more plainly, he is menacing...he seems the most dangerous when he’s the most charming.
— Lawrence B. Johnson, The Detroit News - Harry Brock in Born Yesterday
At the volcanic epicenter is Brian P. Sage’s seething performance as Joe Keller...
— Lawrence B. Johnson, The Detroit News - Joe Keller in All My Sons
Sage delights in the depravity and humor of his character. His agile moves and sharp comic timing ground his performance.
— Judith Cookis Rubens, Between the Lines - Max Bialystock in The Producers