Hoyle has an ability to provoke belly laughs while bringing the audience so deeply into his own world.
Mr. Hoyle is both a first-rate reporter and actor.
You’ll discover yourself struggling to find ways to accurately describe the emotional depth and intellectual breadth of what you have just witnessed.
Huffington Post Review of The Block
Extended Play Interview about The Block
Salon Review of Each And Every Thing
San Francisco Chronicle Review of Each And Every Thing
Daily Dot Interview about Each And Every Thing
Dan Hoyle’s smart, entertaining, funny, insightful, and surprising show...is compassionate and ultimately hopeful, without being soft at all.
Dan’s skills ensured that the audience swung between belly laughs and poignant silence.
Impressive, hilarious, moving and provocative. Beneath the masterful humor, a rich texture of human connections asserts itself.
Wall Street Journal Profile
New Yorker Review of The Real Americans
Huffington Post Review of The Real Americans
Willamette Week Interview on Making of The Real Americans
Hoyle is a master...he fully inhabits both physically and vocally the various personages he plays.
Brilliant and tantalizing, hilarious and thought-provoking. A creative work that will retain its importance for many years to come.”
San Francisco Chronicle Review of The Real Americans
New York Times Review of Tings Dey Happen
New York Daily News Profile
Huffington Post Interview about Making of Tings Dey Happen
Hoyle dissects the Niger Delta like an aged surgeon, exposing skeletons for all to see. He looks at the Delta unlike many outsiders looking in: he sees more than the clichés. Hoyle, in Tings Dey Happen, is a genius!
It’s truly magical to watch the gifted Hoyle.
Wildly entertaining and the most nuanced and insightful treatment of the complexities of oil politics I have encountered in a decade of covering energy.
Variety Review of Tings Dey Happen
San Francisco Chronicle Review of Tings Dey Happen
San Francisco Weekly Review of Tings Dey Happen
San Jose Mercury News Profile
Hilariously dead-on...Hoyle’s characters come off as both real and surprisingly sympathetic.
Hoyle has an uncanny ability to embody people who look and talk nothing like him.
The beauty of Hoyle’s writing is that he incorporates no clichés into the multi-dimensional characters. They’re instantly recognizable and yet unpredictable.
Hoyle has a dizzying gift for nuance that instantly sucks you into the world he creates.