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Intelligencer Journal - “Paul Glodfelter is perfect as the self-important J.B. Biggley, the President of World Wide Wickets who knits to relax”
Theatre Sensation - “Glodfelter is commanding in his portrayal of Biggley, and he is gruff and humorous in this role. Compton and Glodfelter have audiences laughing with their song, “Grand Old Ivy”.”
A SWINGIN' CHRISTMAS
Broadway World - “There's so much of the Christmas cheer...even for me, although there wasn't nearly enough of Paul Glodfelter's hysterically funny and musically delightful Santa Elvis. There is one set of religious carols, nicely performed, although once again Paul Glodfelter provides the highlight –he performs a powerhouse "O Holy Night" that is truly worthy of note.”
Intelligencer Journal - “In a strong ensemble, Glodfelter really stands out. His Elvis is hilarious, and he is a solid, gruff, loving grandfather and husband in this show. And again as Santa, though dressed more like St. Nicholas, he sings a sublime "O Holy Night”.”
ME & MY GIRL
Sanibel-Captiva Islander - “Regina Harbour's Duchess of Dene and Paul Glodfelter as Sir John Tremayne are first rate and great fun as the at first stern and snobby hoi polloi,
while still giving a bit of tongue in cheek humor to defending the aristocratic traditions”
Photo from "Run For Your Wife" @ the Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Lancaster, PA - with Caitlin Newman, Victor Legarreta, Craig Smith, Erik Hogan.
RUN FOR YOUR WIFE
Broadway World - “ Paul Glodfelter and Craig Smith deserve kudos as the befuddled detectives - especially Glodfelter, whose Detective Porterhouse keeps delivering his sound marital advice to Stanley and Mary under the impression that they are the Smiths of Wimbledon
River Cities Reader - "One particular delight is “Chugga Thunk,” in which Wallace (Paul Glodfelter) and Liz’s editor Suki (Paige Salter, a notable and likable blend of daft and bossy) try to convince Liz to take the Route 66 assignment. The duet is pure fun."
ANOTHER NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
ArtSWFL.com - “ Glodfelter is brilliant as a snarky, hipster version of 1600-year-old Kris Kringle...he is crisp, funny and endearing in ways that will make you forget Edmund Gwenn in the original and Richard Attenborough in the most recent remake of Miracle.