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Hunter4Love (film)
"...Camina does possess a knack for casting talented actors. The star of his film, Gregory Guy Gorden, is a gifted rubber-faced ham in the tradition of Jim Carrey."
The Dallas Voice
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The Ghost of Gershwin
"As Dennis, Mr. Gorden proves to be a real crowd pleaser with his overblown takes and reactions...along the lines of Gig Young and Tony Randall."
Stage and Cinema

"Gorden makes Dennis a likable mess. The Ghost of Gershwin has much to sing about including a terrific musical score, sleek choreography, dynamite direction and a super talented cast."
Grigware Reviews

"Gorden's duet with Bares, “Something Sleeping”, is amazingly touching and heartfelt... they have a nice onstage chemistry. A Wonderful Musical Fantasy Extravaganza!"
The Geek Authority
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Don Giovanni Tonight, Don Carlo Tomorrow
"Gregory Guy Gorden's trivia-dropper... is among the standouts in the large, talented ensemble."
Los Angeles Times
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Forbidden Zone: Live in the 6th Dimension
"Sacred Fools describes its new musical as 'a freefall celebration of weirdness,' and it lives up to the name...it's always lively and loony. Gregory Guy Gorden, as the Pet (the Princess) leads about on a chain, performs an energetic 'Bim, Bam, Boom' ...a packed house was eating it up."
Backstage

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The Big Bang
"…makes a bang-up showcase for Jimmy Phillips and Greg Gorden. In their indefatigable and comedically gifted rendition, they provide just the anything-for-a-laugh cut-ups this material demands."
The Houston Chronicle

"To my taste, Jimmy Phillips and Greg Gorden are incomparably funny in everything they do. They’re the best comic actors on the Houston stage—perhaps on any city’s stages.  Gorden is a flamboyant pretzel of flailing limbs and facial grimaces. Both are remarkably controlled actors, for whom each take—double or triple—is timed perfectly and delivered with seeming artlessness."
The Texas Triangle
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Howard Crabtree’s When Pigs Fly
"Greg Gorden makes an engaging Howard, with childlike enthusiasm and a pleasant voice."
The Houston Chronicle

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Gorden has a boyish look and a musical theatre nasality that Ethel Merman would approve of."
The Texas Triangle

"Gorden is a sincere and darling Howard, singing plaintively about his ambition dressed first as a cowboy, and later as all manners of men, women, and bizarre objects.  His best number is as an S & M dancer in the song, “Shaft of Love” which refers to an arrow that’s been jabbed through his codpiece and the number is absolutely, screamingly funny."
Houston’s Other
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Top Gun the Musical
"Greg Gorden, Iceman, is the funniest actor on the Houston stage today.  His facial and vocal contortions are unmatched.  His wet noodle physical flexibility are without par.  His exceptional timing for the double take and for comedic line delivery make him a standout in even the most professional cast."
The Texas Triangle

"Greg Gorden's gay Iceman steals the show."
The Houston Press

"The scene-stealers are Greg Gorden's hysterical Iceman, who is blessedly over the top, and Jimmy Phillips' gung-ho General, a true believer in show biz. Their big moments make the show."
The Houston Chronicle
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Sin
"Gorden’s preening Gerard is funny, sad and wonderfully human."
The Houston Press

"Greg Gorden brings spirit and wit to Avery’s brother, Gerard, achieving a sort of stricken yet indestructible vivacity."
The Houston Chronicle
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Box Office of the Damned
"There’s the laugh-o-matic duo Greg Gorden and Jimmy Phillips.... Straight costumed or in drag, they simply burrow ‘til they find your funny bone and tickle it mercilessly."
The Texas Triangle
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The Baltimore Waltz
"Gorden is terrific as Carl, with snappy timing and a warm infectious smile that’s quite endearing."
Houston’s Other

"Greg Gorden is aptly cast as Carl.  He projects zeal, mischievous humor and childlike sweetness as the idealized gay brother.  Revnell-Smith and Gorden have believable sibling rapport, frank yet always affectionate."
The Houston Chronicle

"Greg Gorden seems destined to stop this show… Prodding, probing, goading his sister to keep going when all looks dismal, Gorden is immensely appealing with his giddy, goofy take on the world."
The Houston Voice