Alan Campbell In The News
"When Sam Carmichael takes center stage to perform SOS, as played by Tony nominee Alan Campbell, Mamma Mia feels muscular and new."
"In this dynamic Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater production, Alan Campbell, a Broadway actor and Tony nominee, gives a striking performance as the ruthless Leonard. You want to smack him. But as the play proceeds, Campbell’s character builds as he imbues him with a redeeming vulnerability, and we begin to understand his seemingly heartless approach."
"Broadway actor plays 'edgy' for WHAT's 'Seminar'"
"Campbell is a great foil for Kennedy. Strongest in the relaxed manor and quiet emotional truth...in the precise molding of lyrics. This couples combines Broadway experience translates into bang-up, class A entertainment."
"From the bravura opening number to their charming encore, Campbell and Kennedy have personality plus and know how to project it."
"Alan Campbell is appealingly boyish with a shock of blond hair and a suggestion of dimples to indicate that he has not completely relinquished his innocence. He is a strong stage presence and her tears into the title song as if it were an indictment of movieland."
"...with big voiced Alan Campbell, who wants lights and scenery to get in the way of the performances."
"Alan Campbell is a big, forceful singer..."
"Alan Campbell sings very well and performs with commitment and conviction. He carries the show's largest role and partners Glenn Close beautifully."
"Alan Campbell of Sunset Boulevard is a sensational actor/singer who goes up against Glenn Close every night, and holds his own."
"Alan Campbell is a charismatic golden boy with a voice to match."
"Alan Campbell is terrific..."
"Alan Campbell is effective and touching..."
"Campbell is a subtle actor who makes us look where he's looking, rather than at him."
"Alan Campbell is even more desperate, charming and covincing than Boyd Gaines was."
"Alan Campbell's well sung Mitch couldn't be more virile-cum-vulnerable; ..."
"Mr. Campbell delivers Mitch's world-weary machismo with tongue in chisled cheek."
"Alan Campbell makes John an easygoing yet clueless character ... and makes John's fall all the more pitiable for his lack of understanding."
"Campbell navigates the challenging dance of Mamet's language with considerable ease, careful to let the dialogue stand on it's own. His descent is compelling.....a disturbing picture of a man caught in a trap, of his own making."