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"Sure, plenty of actors are willing to suffer for their art. But how many of them would be willing to fall straight backward onto the stage? Brooks Reeves does. He pulls off that stunt in each performance of the entertainingly ghoulish “Shockheaded Peter.’’
Don Aucoin - The Boston Globe
"Brooks Reeves is one of the most generous and unpretentious actors in the city. Because he's so precise in his motivation, so clear in his intentions and action, Reeves makes everyone in the cast work harder. "
Michael Cox, Edge Media Network
"A standout in the cast is Brooks Reeves... The effect of watching Reeves work in this production is similar to watching Robin Williams play it straight in his best roles."
Craig Idlebrook, New England Theater Geek
"Reeves is one of the best actors in town, hands down. His manic ten year old is a thing of beauty. I’d see the play again just to see that spectacular meltdown. "
Beverly Creasey, Boston Arts Review
"...the leading man, Brooks Reeves, seems to have been born to act in British farces. His comedic timing, his extreme physicality, and his complete understanding of British humor were all so clear and he was absolutely perfect for this show and this role. He was brilliant."
Alexandra Lonati, BroadwayWorld.com
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