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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.
- Broadway World, Greg Kerestan
Among the strong performances delivered by the entire cast is Dylan C. Wack’s ribald Touchstone the Clown, Sam Lothard’s Charles the Wrestler, and Sean Lenhart’s role as Adam.
- Pittsburgh Quarterly, Stuart Sheppard
Up in arms against the invading pirates are a group of policemen, played like a British version of the Keystone Cops. Sean Lenhart as the sergeant is the only one of the bobbies who doesn't succumb to the same level of buffoonery as his fellows. His persona is more constrained and sober. as a leader of men should be. It's a stance I found refreshing.
- Pittsburgh Owl Scribe, Dave Zuchowski
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.
- Lethe Press, Steve Berman
I am positively beaming over Sean Lenhart's work for the newly available audio book version of my novel "The Role"
- The Role, Richard Pearson
The show that hits all the right notes… Behind the scenes,
stage director and choreographer Sean Lenhart does a capable job
at corralling the sizable cast in his first show with Pittsburgh Savoyards.
- Pittsburgh City Paper, Pirates of Penzance
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”.
- Pittsburgh in the Round
Sean Lenhart as the prosecutor... give notable performances.
- The Jewish Chronicle, Parade
Sean Lenhart... provided some much need entertainment as the Pirate King.
- Pittsburgh City Paper Review, Pirates of Penzance
As young prince Hilarion, Sean Lenhart had a slow start, but once he hits his stride,
he sings beautifully and looks every inch a prince.
- Pittsburgh City Paper Review, Princess Ida
Working against Frank are the conniving prosecutor and governor-in-waiting Hugh
Dorsey (Sean Lenhart)... in fine voice.
- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Parade
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!
And, although it may have been due to the author's excellent ability to
tell a story, I suspect that it was really due to the energy-driven
narrative by Sean Lenhart.
Get ready for a wild ride. Sean Lenhart brings this story to life,
suffusing the narration with so much energy, I felt like I was literally
watching the story unfold on stage.