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“Sam Zeller’s performance as Tevye in Lamb’s Player’s Theatre’s “Fiddler on the Roof” is almost too enormous to be contained in the Coronado theater; in fact, it may too large to be contained by the entire island. In addition to his built-in exuberance, Zeller’s extraordinary high falsetto adds unexpected interpolations.
“Rigby alone could carry this performance, but luckily she doesn’t have to. She is supported by a very capable Sam Zeller (who the Trekkies among you may recognize as Lt. Ch’Targh from “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine”), the understudy, as Captain Hook/Mr. Darling. If Rigby had any ideas about stealing
“Doing fine work is Sam Zeller, back to his commandingly burly self, and powerfully so, after his star turn last summer as Hairspray’s Edna Turnblad.” StageSceneLA.com “Sam Zeller brings real menace to giant ogre Pedro.” ~ Theatremania.com “Sam Zeller’s head muleteer Pedro: a hulking, grimy animal of a man, round
“Of all the apes, Sam Zeller was the most believable in his role of Kerchak. Zeller’s movements, voice, and powerful physical presence made it easy for me to believe him as a protective, occasionally frightening, but well-meaning leader of the ape tribe.” –The Utah Spectrum “The cast is lead by
“As Horton the Elephant, Sam Zeller finally gets a role that permits the musical theater star to show a softer, gentler side than Jean Valjean, Judd Fry, or Miles Gloriosus. He acts the part with warmth, lovability, and charm, and gets to sing the shows two loveliest songs, “Alone in
“Perhaps the most underrated song is Jud’s “Lonely Room,” and Zeller’s gut-wrenching version of the dark and moody number proves it can be the show’s most memorable moment.” –The Daily Breeze “Of even greater note is Zeller’s amazing work as Jud. Here, the actor digs deep into Jud Fry’s profoundly