THEATER: Lend Me A Tenor

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THEATER: Lend Me A Tenor

The entire cast was outstanding. The acting showed great restraint; it stayed just on this side of being over the top while making it clear that we were watching a farce. All of them were terrific, but Matthew Krob as Max, the rather awkward company factotum, impressed me. His physical and vocal talents were a delight. This may be one of the names to watch for in the future. Pat Park, POV Blog Spot

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Review: ‘Boeing, Boeing’ at Millbrook Playhouse

“After taking in "Boeing Boeing" Thursday night in the Poorman Cabaret at Millbrook Playhouse, I left feeling exhausted -exhausted from all of the laughing. It's no exaggeration to say that this show promises non-stop laughter from start to finish as the talented cast members have futures in comedic performance.” Jennifer Miller, Lock Haven Express“Ken Kaissar, who directed Millbrook's "The Sound of Music" earlier this summer, gives fast and sometimes furious direction to the cast of six who cavort all over the small Cabaret stage. Each play their stereotyped caricatures with zestful hilarious acting.” Jack Felix, The Sun Gazette

 

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