BEST FAMILY SHOW
OFF BROADWAY ALLIANCE
It’s always a welcome surprise when the show ends up being endearing, funny and entertaining to both the kids and the parents in the audience.”
“COULD EASILY BE A KATY PERRY HIT.”
“Sammy Buck and Daniel Acquisto’s lyrics and music are engaging and enjoyable throughout, and in some instances, very smart. For example, Britt and her two feuding friends break into a clever number about the differences in chewing gum. On its own, it’s a funny song, but it’s also a thoughtful way to explore the characters’ differences, and the conflict that these sometimes create.”
-NEW YORK THEATRE.COM
MOST PROMISING NEW MUSICAL
NYMF (HONORABLE MENTION)
“We are in a world that even while it may look like New York in 2006, probably is better known to the likes of Samuel Beckett and James Joyce, masters of the modern psyche and probable inadvertent spiritual fathers to this
WONDROUS DANCE MUSICAL.”
“EVOKES DR. SEUSS’S TALE ‘THE LORAX.'”
Read a conversational blog, between director Igor Goldin and me, about the show.
In November, 2009, I participated in the Paley Center’s “Vampire Stakedown” Event.
Here’s the recap.
In other, surreal news…
Check out this column about improvising. I’m quoted. AND it’s on
Broadway Bullet interviews director Igor Goldin, Dan and me about The Gallery Players production of LIKE YOU LIKE IT, with special performance of the song IT COULD TOTALLY HAPPEN by Alison Luff and Nathan Johnson.
JEWISH HERALD VOICE & HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Read the Jewish Herald Voice and The Houston Chronicle interviews with me about the production at Theatre Under the Stars in Houston.