“Wallem (is) splendid.”
Frank Rizzo, VARIETY

“Wallem, a greatly underutilized Chicago actor with a beautiful tenor, offers a gorgeous rendition of 'To Each His Dulcinea' that rings long after its final note.” Chris Jones, CHICAGO TRIBUNE

“...golden-voiced...”
Hedy Weiss, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES

“Wallem’s powerhouse tenor and self-effacing humor could sell any song...”
Mary Shen Barnidge, INSIDE LINCOLN PARK

“One of the very best in this town...Breathtaking and inspiring honesty...One of the funniest human beings in Chicago...One of the most affecting and most inspiring performances of this or any year.”
Jeff Rossen, CABARET SCENES


“Remarkable...Unpretentiously wonderful...Mercilessly funny...”

Chris Jones, NEW CITY

“In-your-face funny...A marvelous voice that delivers... Riotously self effacing...One of the biggest talents.”

Carla Gordon, CABARET SCENES

“...a glorious voice...”
Alex George, CENTERSTAGE

“Hilarious...Wallem, despite his obvious gifts as a singer, dancer and performer, never overplays his hand...”
Jack Helbig, CHICAGO READER

“So hysterically funny that we’re left gasping for breath while some moments leave us stunned by their beauty...”
Jeff Rossen, GAY CHICAGO MAGAZINE

“The best and subtlest of the featured cast members...”

Michael Phillips, CHICAGO TRIBUNE

“ 'Another New Place' by Stephen Wallem and Danny Musha is a song with some heft and heart, and (Beckie Menzie and Tom Michael) honor it with emotional vocal performances.”
Rob Lester, TALKIN BROADWAY

“Wallem excels in the dual roles of Judas Macabeo and the Padre, who is withdrawn amongst his fellow prisoners but gradually reveals an intelligent, temperate nature, one that finds apt expression in the actor's tender tenor.”
Deborah Hornblow, HARTFORD COURANT



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