"A first-rate writer and editor. Randy Gener understands culture in the widest sense: as news, as art, as politics, as media," Margo Jefferson, Pulitzer Prize–winning writer

"Mr. Randy Gener's in the theater of One World, a showcase of his own individual work, is taking up the slack that print journalism is leaving behind. You won't find this in your local papers," Superfluities Redux

"An internationalist, a champion of cultural exchange and dialogue," The New York Daily News

"The visionary," Instinct Magazine

"Randy Gener sheds light into censorship and repression of the arts," Deadline Club Award, New York chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists

"Randy Gener is one of the most compelling voices of our era of globalization. He has an instinctive sense of mission to contribute to building a culturally global world," Ioana Ieronim, author, poet and Fulbright Program Director of Fulbright Commission Romania

"Mr. Gener holds himself to a high standard in his long-form journalism — perhaps a model for young journalists," Superfluities Redux

"Randy Gener's Love Seats for Virginia Woolf is a meditative homage. Gener stages his play with a subtle grace that complements the art's sedentary ingenuity. Never has Virginia's room of one's own been so suggestively furnished," The Village Voice

"Gener's writing on theater, especially as it interacts with LGBT lives, is beautifully done, knowledgeable and almost lyrical in its language," NLGJA Journalist of the Year

"He demonstrates the ripple effect that spotlighting artistic passion can have," Deadline Club Award, New York chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

"Gener's accumulation of words in his play 'Love Seats for Virginia Woolf' are the feathery evanescence of the butterfly's wings clamped together with the bolts of iron that are the four love seat sculptures. The actors become words personified. I was left astonished," The Virginia Woolf Miscellany of the International Virginia Woolf Society.

"He draws our attention to largely ignored voices and visions on the international theatrical scene," George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism

"Randy Gener is a very highly-regarded young critic," Superfluities Redux

"One of the leaders of the Asian American community," The New York Daily News

"He went above and beyond with regard to enterprise, resourcefulness and overcoming of obstacles in pursuit of the story," Deadline Club Award, New York chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists

"In conferring the Pamana ng Pilipino (Legacy of the Filipino Nation) Presidential Award to Randy Gener, the President recognizes Gener's excellence in the field of theater arts and creativity, and diligence in promoting Filipino-American cultural interests and accomplishments to mainstream audiences in Europe and the United States of America," His Excellency Benigno Simeon Aquino III, President of the Republic of the Philippines

"Gener's command of theatrical subjects is unequaled among his contemporaries," American Theatre magazine/Theatre Communications Group

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