Philip Potempa

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Reviews (4)
NWI Times

for a previous production "It still needs a greater focus on details of the couple's amazing life story, perseverance and achievements...It's a guarantee audiences will enjoy the amazing and vibrant choreography and splashy dance numbers...It's easy to praise and cheer on the cast leads of 'On Your Feet!'...Audiences who catch 'On Your Feet' won't be disappointed and certain to leave smiling with the gift of music, faith and life's passions." Full Review

Smokefall
West Village
NWI Times

for a previous production "Much of the story centers around Violet, a beautiful performance by Katherine Keberlein, as she prepares to bring twin boys in to the world. Beauty, played by Catherine Combs, with her eyes and head nods providing riveting punctuation to her every scene...There is the stage legend Mike Nussbaum playing The Colonel. Nussbaum is magic to watch on stage. He is able to hold an audience in his hand with his fantastic performance." Full Review

Amazing Grace
Midtown W
NWI Times

for a previous production "Connects with audiences in many ways with messages of inspiration, seasoned with romance, humor and history...All of these talent greats are surrounded by a lush and expansive visual element, including remarkable set designs, lighting and costumes. This is a stage triumph not to be missed and an example of theater at its finest." Full Review

The Qualms
Midtown W
NWI Times

for a previous production "Naughty fun and thoughtfully entertaining...Even though there's no nudity and any sexual situations are only mildly hinted at (with hints of drug use), there are still plenty of instances of graphic language, so sensitive audience members are warned." Full Review