Reviews: Why Not Marry Harry?

THE NEW YORK TIMES “Why not Marry Harry?” TIME OUT NEW YORK “beguiling tenor David Spadora” L&S ONLINE AMERICA “[…] Marry Harry provides a calling card for David Spadora, who, as Little Harry, sings beautifully and displays a nice, diffident charm” MANHATTAN EXPRESS NEWS “What really keeps this enterprise afloat are the sweetly affecting performances
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TV: Emmy Nods for The Americans

It’s the 2016 TV Academy’s Emmy season, and the nominations are in! After topping the list for “snubs” the past few years, The Americans has broken into nomination-land earning nods for Keri Russell and Matthew Reese for Outstanding Lead Actress/Actor in a Drama Series, as well as Outstanding Drama Series for production in its fourth season. Here are some write-ups in
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Review: Editor’s Pick for LIFE COULD BE A DREAM

LIFE COULD BE A DREAM at the American Heartland Theatre is honored as an Editor’s Pick for the 2012-2013 theater season. “KC favorite Lauren Braton headed a stellar group of performers including locals Noah Whitmore and Seth Golay with East-Coasters David Spadora and Eddie Egan. The five actors’ consistently excellent, idiomatic singing and overall commitment
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Review: LIFE COULD BE A DREAM at AHT

LIFE COULD BE A DREAM at the American Heartland Theatre in Kansas City, MO by kcmetropolis.org: “Noah Whitmore, Seth Golay, and David Spadora […] play up the comedy with impeccable timing, delivery, and physicality” “Spadora gives a tender, lyrical delivery of ‘The Glory of Love.’” Read the full review HERE. -d  

Review: Life Could Be A Dream at AHT

LIFE COULD BE A DREAM receives 5-stars at the American Heartland Theatre in Kansas City, MO by examiner.com: “David Spadora and Noah Whitmore complete the rest of the cast. Both actors have fabulous singing voices and bring believability to their respective roles. Spadora, as Wally, plays the son of a preacher who has a voice straight
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