THE RED HOOK STAR REVIEW
"Green grew up listening to classic jazz records by Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges, John Coltrane, Billie Holiday, Charlie Parker, and more. He went to Frank Sinatra high school in Queens, joined the school jazz band when he was 16, and used his lunch money to go out to NYC’s jazz clubs."
"Nick Green has all the bebop language down, he has adapted some Joe Henderson language for the alto, and some Lee Konitz-style freedom occurs when he interprets songbook tunes. He sang a chorus of D-flat blues and led the bandstand with ease, poise, and respect."
The Insiders Guide to Theater
"Incidental jazz music by saxophonist Nick Green provided timely and hauntingly lovely moods that in moments allowed the music to become a character and have its own role and participation in the play."