Nursie, deliciously inhabited vocally and physically by Mr O'Regan
Nick O’Regan, was a complete highlight who was both entirely hilarious and the primary conduit for questioning within what was otherwise a strict conceptual environment
‘Nursie’ (Nicholas O’Regan), who is camp, strong and fabulous’
Whats On Sydney
The characters are pleasingly offbeat – especially O’Regan’s prissy Sigurd
Nursie’s tenderness was beautiful to watch
Sydney Theatre Reviews
My Father's Left Testicle
Nick O’Regan who is (somehow) one of the funniest people I have ever seen on a stage. His deadpan mojo brings a strength to the multiple forms of comedy he tackles that adds layers to already beautifully written material.
Watching Nicholas O’Regan, one could be forgiven mistaking him for a rejuvenated Jim Carrey, albeit with a sharpened tongue.
All of them [cast] possess superb comic skills, particularly Nicholas O'Regan, whose triple roles as refugee Ned, translator Mr. Cardigan and the Prime Minister could not be more different but are still hugely effective.
Nick O’Regan is full of vigour as Fortinbras, and convincing as the sixteenth-century brute.
Nick O’Regan plays him full of seething brio – a bovver boy bang compared to the whimpering, long winded, Wittenberg drab grad, Hamlet. His physical bombastics are matched with verbal bombs of bullying and base inelegance.
Powerhouse performance from Nick O’Regan as Fortinbras
Nicci, I will wash your mouth out with SOAP!