MACBETH / Role: Macbeth - Middlebury Actor's Workshop's Vermont Tour
“Maravich makes it seem as though the soul of Macbeth is melting in front of the audience’s eyes” – Brent Hallenbeck, Burlington Free Press
“Maravich handles his soliloquies marvelously, especially the ‘tomorrow and tomorrow’ speech. This is usually performed as an elevated wail of despair, but Maravich gets to the molten core of it: The sorrow lies in being too numb to feel sorrow. Throughout the production, he conveys the energy of a warrior who cannot quiet his own imagination, and cannot trust it. – Alex Brown, Seven Days
“With excellent performances by Vermont professionals Craig Maravich and Chris Caswell…Maravich’s Macbeth goes convincingly from bewildered to macho and despotic to desperate and back to bewildered. Caswell’s Lady Macbeth begins as confident and ambitious, even overbearing, and after enjoying their newfound power, diminishing to desperate and beyond. Their journey was palpable.” - Times Argus
- DEATH OF A SALESMAN / Role: Happy Loman -Arkansas Rep “A strong cast led by the legendary Robert Walden, Carolyn Mignini, Avery Clark, and Craig Maravich, this powerful drama really encapsulates the sprit and attitudes of mid-century America while also tapping into the reality of today’s world."
- WAIT UNTIL DARK / Role: Mike Talman - Arkansas Rep “Maravich plays his part with precision, conflicted internally by his role in hurting a stranger, yet still coldy proceeding with the plan to use Susy for his own ends. - The Arkansas Times
- HAMLET / Role: Horatio - Long Wharf Theatre“...Craig Maravich makes a strong and steadfast Horatio.” - Variety
- THE GLASS MENAGERIE / Role: Tom Wingfield - Vermont Stage “Maravich turns in a deft performance…he takes a refreshingly plainspoken stance…he shows a full range of responses to Amanda’s intrusions, mustering justifiable rage but also more tempered emotions, bemusement and as much as belligerence.” - Seven Days