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Reviews are in for Two Gentlemen of Verona

"And, of course, there is the miraculous performance by Thomas Brazzle as the despicable Proteus. Here’s man who betrays his best friend, cheats on the woman who loves him and physically assaults a women he covets. Somehow Brazzle finds enough charm in the man so that he appears amoral rather than evil. Brazzle even delights with a fantastic musical number in the second act that he could use to audition for “Hamilton.”

-Bob Goepfert The Record

"Thomas Brazzle, as Proteus, showed a range of strength, humor, passion and agony in his portrayal. Where some may have played the role one sided, he fully embraced the character’s positive attributes as well as his flaws and faults to deliver a well-rounded and realistic young man."

-Angelica Potter OnStage Massachusetts