Riverside Theater, Vero Beach, FL
This production will then move to:
May 14-July 14, 2013
Walnut Street Theater, Philadelphia, PA
This message was sent to me by Susanne from Philly, who attended our fanclub dinner and the Evening with Eric Kunze in Hartford. Her review of the evening perfectly recaps the night and I am sharing it with you here. Thanks, Susanne!
I want to say "thank you" to the group that came out to support Brindlebeast, and express how excited i am for the evolvement and progress the piece is making. This is a very special show that has a story that will not leave a dry eye in the theater. I am so thrilled to be part of it!
Eric Kunze possesses a ringing tenor that was ideal for the powerful and stirring “I'm Martin Guerre,” and together with Paz, conveyed a passionate rendering of “Last Night of the World” from “Miss Saigon.”
Eric Kunze - I only need five words to describe his performance and vocals, Perfect Broadway Leading Man…PERIOD!
Kunze has a resplendent tenor voice that would have schools of mermaids swimming toward him! The belt is full and rich, while the vibrato is smooth as silk...Kunze wraps his golden voice around both songs like sparkling gift-wrapped presents to give to the audience. He delivers a magical, fascinating performance.
Eric Kunze, known to Music Circus audiences for his roles as Che, Jesus and Joseph (and a good-looking hunk who probably will play 30-somethings for three decades) is perfectly cast as the GI Chris. His impressive vocal chops never cease to amaze. The combination of dead-on pitch, powerfully resonant yet sweet tone, and surprisingly nuanced and natural acting confirm why he made it to Broadway so early in his career, and why the Music Circus should hire him every chance they get.