A FEW GOOD MEN
(Pittsburgh Public Theater: Pittsburgh, PA, 2019)
" Michael Patrick Trimm is heartbreakingly sympathetic as the dedicated and naïve Downey, and his gifted, subtle performance serves as an emotional anchor throughout the play. Both Trimm and Kearney transform characters that could be easily usurped by the story in which they exist."
" Michael Patrick Trimm is properly pitiable as Downey, the bewildered follower."
- Pittsburgh Post Gazzette
" Naive and boyish, Trimm's presentation of Downey was spot on. Downey is a follower and conditioned to take orders. It’s heartbreaking to watch this young man crumble when left to answer on his own."
(Wellfleet Harbor Actor's Theatre: Wellfleet, MA, 2018)
"With excellent help from Michael Patrick Trimm as DJ Skillet he’s constantly in motion, and just as constantly entertaining. Trimm is fantastic: he’s got a very physical presence combined with great comedic timing.”
- The PTownie
“Michael Patrick Trimm was superb in his many iterations from DJ to prep cook to ancillary characters.”
- Cape Cod Times
(Hangar Theater: Ithaca NY, 2019)
"As Laurie, Michael Patrick Trimm is decidedly charming. His easy camaraderie with the boisterous Jo is affectionate, his performance engaging and natural...
All of the acting is top-notch"
HAND TO GOD
(Kitchen Theater Co: Ithaca, NY, 2016)
"Nominee for Best Supporting Actor in a Play:
Michael Patrick Trimm, Hand to God (Kitchen Theater)"
-Syracuse New Times
"[T]he class clown, Timothy (played by the gleeful and delightful Michael Patrick Trimm)"
- OnStage Blog
"Michael Patrick Trimm is all jangly hormones and easily punctured bravado as Timothy, an ultimately endearing kid."
THE NEW SINCERITY
(New Wave Theater Collective: New York, NY, 2017)
Ingenious... Really, a show well done. Credit must go to Olivia Rose Barresi and Michael Patrick Trimm for a very entertaining and perfectly constructed performance”
- BWW Review
"This show is the ideal mix of what it means to be passionate about something in this world, and the less revealed state of those who strive to believe in that something. It is a masterful show of desire in all its truest forms.
- BWW Review