The Bulletin

“…it’s the brief, soundless performance of Groucho’s brother Harpo…that has the most poignancy…to see a comic in action as we most prefer to see them: singing, dancing, performing pratfalls and pranks.”

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Premiere Stages/Dracula
The Star-Ledger

“Gary Littman deserves great credit for performing in everything from bare chest to straight-jacket, running around the stage helter-skelter, all the while getting an audience to take him seriously.”

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Bickford Theatre/Chapter Two
Talkin’ Broadway

“In the context of the gentler interpretation of the role of George, it is especially helpful that Gary Littman brings a robust nervous energy to the role of Leo. A brash New Yorker to the core, Littman's Leo brings a palpable spark to the proceedings. Katrina Ferguson brings a sly, off-centered quality to the bumbling approach to liaisons by Faye.”

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NJ.COM

“Gary Littman as Leo is all wiry energy, with terrific timing and a hyper personality, the opposite of George. His scenes with Faye in their tryst are priceless.”

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Daily Record

“Littman has the sculpted looks of a womanizer and all four are comfortable and confident onstage, and Sod has the chemistry blending like wine and cheese. You can feel the familial love between the brothers, the sisterly bond between the ladies and the sparks between the lovers.”

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