Baltimore Independent Theater Review

January 18th, 2018

"Michael Dodge, Kerry Holahan, and Adam Cooley...frame the narratives in a peppy, jazzy upswing of a country that refuses to stop smiling...The singing was unparalleled...Cooley and Dodge really got to shine as leads on their own pieces..."


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DC Theatre Scene

January 15th, 2018

"I thoroughly enjoyed The Trio’s optimistic radio-style jingles...Michael Dodge, Kerry Holahan, and Adam Cooley blended beautifully in Bernstein’s tight harmonies of that band-era writing style. Each one of these singers also had ample opportunity to demonstrate lovely solo colors in the intimate space."


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Theatre Bloom

January 21st, 2018

"Dodge, Holahan and Cooley blend tremendously together. Watch their facial expressions as they stay cheery and positive throughout the show. They flash their pearly whites, sing and dance and sell us on the fact that what we need to be happy can be bought. Even as Dinah and Sam bare their miserable souls, the trio reminds us that they are living the American dream."


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WYPR Radio

January 25th, 2018

Washington Post

May 29th, 2016

"tenor Michael Dodge and baritone Andrew Sauvageau gave voice to the artist’s observations...Dodge held his part impeccably in the section with the confusing string glissandi that accompany the artist’s stay in a mental hospital in “St. Remy.”


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Baltimore Sun

November 17th, 2015

"the performance Friday night held rewards, among them... Michael Dodge's eloquent phrasing of "Lonely House"..."


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Baltimore Sun

February 15th, 2016

"Michael Dodge made up... with persuasive acting as the unflappable Teddy Deakin, whose selfish act sets the plot in motion."


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