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A tanned, blonde and muscular Luke Steingruby is a playful boy-toy as the lab creation Rocky. He not only looks the part but shows off his impressive vocal range in “The Sword of Damocles.” – Lynn Venhaus, Belleville News Democrat

Finally, Luke Steingruby’s Rocky is practically flawless, with an angelic voice, Charles Atlas muscles, blond hair, and a tan. – Tina Farmer, KDHX

Luke Steingruby is the hottest Rocky Horror ever, and that includes the film version. He’s built like a Greek god and he wears the smallest set of sparkly gold panties you’ve ever almost seen — is it any wonder he sets off the chain reaction of lust and sex that follows? (It is not.) – Paul Friswold, Riverfront Times

Luke Steingruby wears little more than a smile (but it’s a nice smile) as Frank N. Furter’s lust-inducing and surprisingly thoughtful creation, the title character. – Ladue News

Luke Steingruby has sprouted golden blond hair to play the title role, a naïf in the body of a young David. His singing and acting are both top-notch too, as he transitions from uneasy boy-toy (with Frank) to eager adventurer (with Janet), and ultimately into his own troubled awakening. – Talkin Broadway

The Rocky Horror Show / Stray Dog Theatre

Every seat was taken, and there was a reason for it. The duo on stage ushered us through the beautiful, emotional, hilarious, and painfully relatable story of their last few years. Featuring over an hour of music, including a self-wrote heart-stopping piece by Steingruby, this show made the Monocle the bright spot of a city currently filled with rioting and protests.

Steingruby and Wiegert displayed phenomenal singing talents with solo numbers, and harmonized with each other perfectly. In one song, the two invited the crowd to sing along, in which to my surprise, the WHOLE CROWD joined in and produced a powerful harmony that even Wiegert had to compliment after the song ended. Within 90 minutes, the two offered both heart-warming and gut-wrenching stories of their past significant others. – Limelight Magazine

Down With Love: A Cabaret

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