The Odd Couple / Blue Ridge Now

"Joining them at the great poker table of friendship are more familiar faces and an intriguing new one. Gary Littman as Speed, a stereotypical hard-nosed New Yorker, makes his FRP debut with a flourish, rounding out the lovable bunch of poker-playing buddies."

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The Odd Couple / Tryon Daily

" Littman, a newcomer to the Playhouse, shines as the irreverent Speed."

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Born Yesterday / Vermont Today

"Gary Littman was beautifully cast as Devery, the dipsomaniac lawyer, who comes to appreciate Billie’s newfound integrity."

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L'il Abner / Theatrescene.net

"There were some very strong performances by the talented cast...Gary Littman, who, as Evil Eye Fleegle, stole every scene
he was in."

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Hairspray
Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster

Matching Edna's presence is the wonderful, rubber-faced Gary Littman as Wilbur…the laughs don't come any better delivered than in the husband-and-wife number between Fernandez and Littman, "You're Timeless to Me." Let's put it this way, Fernandez himself was trying not to crack up, which made the audience roar even louder.

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Penobscot Theatre / Dirty Blonde
Bangor Daily News

“Littman infuses Charlie with sweetness that’s tempered by a defensive posture, brought on by years of hiding his true nature. In the end both Jo and Charlie are able to overcome their inner turmoil, partially through their shared devotion to West, and partially through the love the pair develop for one another. Their relationship is the foundation of the play, and both Mooney and Littman are endearing in their roles.”

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