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TAMPA BAY TIMES

'Four Guys Named Jose and Una Mujer Named Maria' at Stageworks will have you dancing

“Another standout is Camilo (José Mexicano). He can hold a note for a ridiculous amount of time, ending with a perfect vibrato. And with a constantly bemused expression and impeccable timing, he's a natural comedian.” -Maggie Duffy

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STAGE, TV, & CINEMA ARTS AND ARTISTS

Four Guys Named José and Una Mujer Named Maria: Y Una Producción Más Buena Y Rica Que La Otra En Nueva York!

“KIDANY CAMILO is José Mexicano and he is a house-on-fire!!!  A beautiful lyric tenor sounding voice mixed with moves that glide into each other and an innocence that the others do not have or need endears him to us.” -Joseph Parra

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BROADWAY WORLD (TAMPA/ST.PETE)

Time stands still in this passionate and evocative work “These Shining Lives” at Powerstories Theatre

"Tom Donahue played by standout Kidany Camilo is truly exceptional [...] Kidany is a strong actor and an exceptional performer he took a role very hard to play as the character needs to evolve in so many layers and like an onion we as the audience saw every one. [...] effective, to the point, honest, and heart-breaking; this was the delivery we received from this young actor, and he will be one to watch for years to come." -Drew Eberhard

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STAGE, TV, & CINEMA ARTS AND ARTISTS

COLUMBINUS: Where Have All The Flowers Gone?

"Kidany Camilo-Nieves as 'Prep'-- an excellent portrayal of the closeted needed to be loved/liked kid who must ride along. Astoundingly, there is not one moment of any actor's work in here that ever rings untrue and with a downbeat and at times cynical piece." -Joseph Parra

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BROADWAY WORLD (TAMPA/ST.PETE)

New Tampa Players Offer a Celebration of Courage with Production of 'Quilt'

"Kidany Camilo Nieves is exceptional as Timmy Bell, a diminutive gay man nicknamed Tinker Bell who lost his true love, Peter Brown. I've seen this talented young man in A CHRISTMAS CAROL, but this was the role he was meant to play. When his monologue dissolved into sobs, I doubt there was a dry eye in the house. I know mine weren't." -Deborah Bostock-Kelley

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CREATIVE LOAFING TAMPA BAY

The Laramie Project at The Space at 2106: Powerful, moving and, sadly, still relevant

"Kidany Camilo is touching as the high school acting student who gradually comes to an awakening about his own prejudices after he does a scene from Angels in America." -David Warner