Thompson Talent Management
Kevin Thompson, Manager (917) 828-3802
"David M. Farrington plays [Amy's] uptight boss Michael, who seems more concerned with the board of directors than with helping individual people. Farrington embraces the opportunity to take his character on a journey, and does a wonderful job exhibiting both power and vulnerability."
"The cast is flawless in their comic talents, especially with the humorous yet loving chemistry between David M. Farrington’s Streisand-worshiping headmaster and Bruce Jones as his equally lively (and equally Streisand-worshiping) partner."
"...Reverend Chasuble of David M. Farrington, played here as legitimately distracted, rather than as a doddering fool as has been common in some other productions... Farrington's depiction of the clergyman keeps his cards close to his chest, keeping us wondering if his feelings are reciprocal or disdainful."
"Negative Is Positive made headlines recently when former New York Rangers forward, Vogue intern, and model Sean Avery, who was originally supposed to play George, abruptly quit the show... [The Producers] have, dare we say, turned a negative into a positive with Avery’s last-minute replacement, Farrington, who displays a natural ease in the role and clearly works well with others."
"David M. Farrington as George and Vivienne Jurado as Brianna were a delight to watch and managed to find the perfect way to portray stereotypes without becoming caricatures. Their chemistry was impeccable and so was their ability to own the space every time they were on stage. David Farrington also deserves extra-credit for having jumped onboard only two days before opening night... Negative is Positive is one of the best new plays I’ve seen in the last 5 years"
"In a movie where one is essentially the only character (and that character never speaks), in lesser hands this could have been a whole different kind of tedium. Instead, this handsome mystery man is sympathetic, infuriating and ultimately captivating. "
"What could be an ultimately creepy scene about an internet predator [David M. Farrington] who traps his young victim then ultimately becomes trapped by his young victim, becomes a tale of heartbreak, loneliness, fear and loathing... You find yourself sympathizing with the pedophile [Farrington]..."