The Westfield Leader

“and Lt. Spill (Gary Littman), who thinks he knows it all, rock the boat with a variety of surprise twists and turns. Mr. Littman’s characterization of Spill makes us love to hate him.”

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New York Times

“Spill is a shaky characterization at first, but the more open Mr. Littman becomes about his character’s evil ways, the more convincing and entertaining he is.”

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Premiere Stages/Duck Crossing
The Star-Ledger

“If these two performers weren't so strong, Gary Littman's Mr. Spill might well have stolen the show. The actor shows the finicky nature of this man right from his first line, where he complains of breaking a heel. Spill can get ornery ("A New England peasant will never command a Virginian!"), but more often he's effete, already ready with a quip that can cut a man down to his own short size. At one point, he's wearing a "Don't Tread on Me" flag to keep warm. The snake on the back of it is a good symbol of who he is.”

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Chestnut Hill Local

“…the best performance comes from Gary Littman…”

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The Wilma Theatre/Schmucks
MainLine Times

“Gary Littman steals the audience’s hearts with a magical, unforget-table portrayal of Harpo Marx.”

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