"For a solo performer, a sure way to get hearty applause is to pack your show with lots of characters representing multiple accents, races and nationalities. Plenty of theatergoers are dazzled by an actor’s ability to be a Hispanic migrant worker one minute, a Southern white supremacist the next. But mere identity switching, while attention-getting, ultimately makes for a shallow experience; the higher art is in having this variety of voices say something memorable.
Matthew-Lee Erlbach ... is only partly successful at giving depth to the dozen characters portrayed.
Neil Genzlinger for New York Times
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