A Chorus Line - Novato Theater Company
"Munar’s delivery of a monologue about Paul’s difficult youth and the life that led him to the stage is incredibly affecting."
- Harry Duke, Pacific Sun
"Bryan Munar (nice singing and good solid acting as Paul)"
- Flora Lynn Isaacson, For All Events
*Nominated for a San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical
Flower Drum Song - Palo Alto Players
"But the real surprise is when...Wang decides in the third show to push aside a poorly acting, gay performer named Harvard (a hilariously bumbling but fabulous in airs Bryan Munar) to take his place in "Gliding Through My Memoree."
- Eddie Reynolds, Talkin' Broadway
"Every principal character seems perfectly suited for his or her role...Bryan Munar is the fussy costumer, Harvard."
- Judy Richter, For All Events
"Wang even sneaks himself into another by snagging the costume of Harvard (wonderfully funny Bryan Munar)."
- David John Chávez, Bay Area Plays
"Joey Alvarado as Wang's brother Chin and Bryan Munar as Linda's assistant Harvard are...good in supporting roles."
- Joanne Engelhardt, Mercury News