Sean Lenhart also shines in the role of missionary preacher St. John Rivers,
making this gentle and sweet but gradually possessive man the ultimate anti-Rochester.
As the St. John Rivers era seems to be the end of the story, his gradual transition
from savior to emotional manipulator literally made the audience gasp- his specific
brand of imperialist fervor, combined with his belief that Jane is a gift from God
to him, makes him only slightly less terrifying a cleric than Brocklehurst.
Holy crap, those audible reviews don't do you justice at all… Honestly, I wouldn't have been able to listen to (author’s) book if someone else had been reading it. You made the neurotic thoughts seem natural and gave the characters personality.
- A Chance for Moore
I wanted to let you know the book sounds terrific.
Nanki-Poo, a traveling second trombone player, is played by Sean Lenhart.
I recall Lenhart killing it as the Prosecuting Attorney in Parade a while back and
he did not disappoint this time around. Lenhart has quite a set of pipes on him and they
were well exercised in songs such as “A Wandr’ing Minstrel I” or Nanki-Poo’s duet with
his beloved Yum-Yum “Were You Not to Ko-Ko Plighted”.
Belated thanks for the quick turnaround on the spot. It sounded great! Thanks!
- 262 Cigars
You have a wonderfully young sounding voice and I wanted to ask that you
audition for any of our other titles that interest you.
- Dreamspinner Press
I truly enjoyed the author's characterization of the MCs and the secondary
characters, even more so due to the excellent vocalizations provided by the
narrator. He was even spot-on with the voice of little Ollie!