Annie Jump and the Library of Heaven (Dr. Jump). Directed by Medha Marsden; Rorschach Theatre, April 2019.
Grand Concourse (Frog). Directed by Jason Tamborini; Prologue Theatre, February 2019.
The Explorers Club (Sir Bernard Humphries). Directed by Noah Schaefer and Jason Tamborini, July 2019.
East of Eden (Adam). Directed by Evan Hoffman; NextStop Theatre Company, November 2018.
If I Forget (Michael u/s). Written by Steven Levenson, directed by Matt Torney; Studio Theatre, September 2018.
King John (King of France). Directed by Tom Delise; Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, August 2018.
Kiss Me, Kate (First Gangster). Directed by Sally Boyett; Annapolis Shakespeare Company, May 2018.
The Tempest (Prospero). Directed by Marshall B. Garrett; Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, January 2018.
Assassins (Charles Guiteau). Directed by Clare Shaffer; Pallas Theatre Collective, October 2017.
Oblivion (Dixon). Written by Carly Mensch, directed by Christopher Goodrich; Unexpected Stage Company, July 2017.
Crazy Mary Lincoln (Doctor Patterson/Ensemble). Book, music, and lyrics by Jan Levy Tranen and Jay Schwandt, directed by Tracey Chessum; Pallas Theatre Collective, June 2017.
Blood, Sweat, and Fears: A Grand Guignol Sick Cabaret (Bréhan/Doctor). Directed by Elliott Kashner and Alex Zavistovich; Molotov Theatre Group, July 2016.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Bottom). Directed by Randy Baker; WSC Avant Bard, January 2016.
Richard III (Hastings/Lord Mayor). Directed by Dr. Lindsey D. Snyder; NextStop Theatre Company, February 2014.
Dani Girl (Marty). Book and lyrics by Michael Kooman, music by Christopher Dimond, directed by Chris Goodrich; Unexpected Stage Company, July 2014.
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Bottom). Directed by Chris Cotterman and Tom Delise; Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, August 2013
Perfect Arrangement (Ted Sunderson). World Premiere. Written by Topher Payne, directed by Linda Lombardi; Source Festival, June 2013
Selected Film and Television
Nightmare Next Door, "Bloodshed in Biloxi" (Casey Miller). Investigation Discovery, May 2014.
Capturing Oswald (Buell Frazier). Military Channel, November 2013.
Evil Twins, "Roofie Romeos" (Spitzers' Father). Investigation Discovery, July 2013.
Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry, "The Third Mrs. Smith" (John Smith). Investigation Discovery, August 2011.
War of 1812 on the Chesapeake: Home of the Brave (Hezekiah Niles). Maryland Public Television, June 2012.
Turning the Page (Elliot Persinger). Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts, January 2013.
T'ai Chi Man! (Small Thug). Tunguska Event, September 2013.
A Game of Cards (Knight). National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, January 2013.
...the production’s chief acting asset is Zach Brewster-Geisz, who conjures up a wonderfully idiotic and self-aggrandizing Bottom, complete with hilarious walk-like-an-Egyptian movements in the play within the play.
Shadow puppets lend an otherworldliness to ‘Midsummer’, The Washington Post
... Zach Brewster-Geisz supplies broad but welcome comedy as a dim-witted Lord Hastings, who thinks he needs to speak really slowly and LOUDLY when talking to Richard.
NextStop offers chilling, clever take on ‘Richard III,’ featuring deaf and hearing actors, The Washington Post
Brewster-Geisz steals every scene he’s in as Frog, a regular visitor whose charismatic ramblings are as insightful as they are puzzling.
‘Grand Concourse’ at Prologue Theatre, DCMetro Theater Arts
Zach Brewster-Geisz (Hastings/Lord Mayor/Messenger/Herbert) is a standout throughout. The condescending way in which he speaks to Richard is both funny and sad; a commentary on the way disabled people are sometimes treated. He handles his quadruple casting superbly.
‘Richard III’ at NextStop Theatre Company, DCMetro Theater Arts
... several actors are standouts here: Zach Brewster-Geisz is amusing as Bottom the Weaver, the would-be acting troupe’s self-appointed matinee idol; Brewster-Geisz carries the show with his antics...
Review: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, Maryland Theatre Guide
Zach Brewster-Geisz shines in the comic role of Nick Bottom... In most productions, certainly the 10 or 12 I've seen, Bottom wears a donkey mask. But Mr. Brewster-Geisz wears only a donkey's ears; he conveys the rest through voice and body language, primarily by adopting the awkward gait of an animal walking on its hind legs.
A Midsummer Night's Dream, Maryland Morning, WYPR-FM
Collins is played deliciously by Zach Brewster-Geisz, who makes his character much more humorous than odious.
There's 'Pride' in every aspect of Annapolis Shakespeare production (Pride and Prejudice review), Baltimore Sun
As a slightly off-kilter character who rather appears to enjoy the sound of his own voice, Brewster-Geisz embodies the comic relief role [of Mr. Collins] quite well, with a keen sense of laborious pontification and priceless facial expressions.
"Pride and Prejudice" at Annapolis Shakespeare Company , DC Metro Theater Arts
Brewster-Geisz as the ever-hungry servant gives Truffaldino a new attitude, one that is more self-serving and less playful than one would imagine, but his comic gestures and well-timed zingers are still perfectly executed.
"The Green Bird" at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts , DC Metro Theater Arts
... it is Zachary Brewster-Geisz who steals the show as the young, crude and incredulous Mozart. Throughout the play Brewster-Geisz is able to wax comic and tragic without the least bit of hesitation... superior acting.
"Amadeus": A Dramatic Feast for the Ears , Prince George's Sentinel