“…What the Three Tenors were to opera, The Broadway Tenors are to The Great White Way.”  Frances Allen-Beverly Hills Courier 

“Individually, each is a spectacular artist; together, they present an infinite and kaleidoscopic range of musical possibilities…

The three talented tenors tantalized our sensibilities with beautifully rendered offerings from Broadway shows of the past century. Raucous humor, delightful and well-remembered tunes, and a high level of musicianship characterized the whole evening. There was such a comprehensive range of music that there was something for everyone.”

David Lindauer – Capital Gazette



“Brent [Barrett] might Just be the charismatic male star that musical theatre has been waiting for.”
— James Inverne, The Metro (London Kiss Me Kate)

“One of the show’s [Lestat] greatest assets is Hugh Panaro. …He has matinee-idol looks, and his singing of ‘Right Before My Eyes,’ whch begins high in his gorgeous tenor voice, is beautiful and dramatic.”
— Howard Kissel of the New York Daily News

“A rarity in American musicals: a bona fide leading man.”
— The New York Times on Lewis Cleale

“The ever-mesmerizing Mr. [Norm] Lewis has the perfect velvet touch for the evening’s hypnotially seductive hymn to New Yourk night life, “While the City Sleeps.”
— Ben Brantley, New York Times

“A born showman… [Gavin] Creel’s ultra hip stage presence and sleek sexiness barely containthe kind of star quality that other singers can only dream of possessing. his ‘watchability’ factor is stratospheric!”
— Show Business Weekly

“…the most suitably vigorous performance comes from actor… Aaron Lazar, who brings a troop-rallying tenor to Enjolras.”
— Ben Brantley, the New York Times