Stage Door St. Louis Review: “Yentl” at New Jewish Theatre

A strong male chorus make up the rest of the cast, mainly as townspeople. They include Will Bonfiglio, Luke Steingruby, Brendan Ochs and Jack Zanger. The entire cast works hard and, despite a few near misses on the small stage opening night, they pulled off great moments like the wedding sequence making a crowded situation look easy and effortless.

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Snoop’s Theatre Thoughts Review: “Yentl” at New Jewish Theatre

The show boasts an excellent ensemble of performers–including Peggy Billo, Amy Loui, Will Bonfiglio, Brendan Ochs, Luke Steingruby, and Jack Zanger–playing various roles, from yeshiva students to townspeople, and all do an excellent job.

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Belleville News-Democrat Review: “Yentl” at New Jewish Theatre

Energetic Will Bonfiglio, Luke Steingruby, Brendan Ochs and Jack Zanger are engaging in the young men roles.

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Broadway World Review: “Yentl” at New Jewish Theatre

An exceptional supporting cast that all play multiple roles includes: Terry Meddows, Peggy Billo, Jennifer Theby-Quinn, Amy Loui, Will Bonfiglio, Brendan OchsLuke Steingruby, and Jack Zanger. All of them add immensely to the proceedings in their portrayal of various characters.

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KDHX Review: “Yentl” at New Jewish Theatre

The ensemble is strong as well, with each of the supporting actors playing multiple roles featuring Terry Meddows, Jennifer Theby-Quinn, Peggy Billo, Amy Loui, Will Bonfiglio, Brendan Ochs, Luke Steingruby, and Jack Zanger. The actors add considerable depth and texture to the story and songs. Meddows is sympathetic as Yentl’s father, Theby-Quinn charms as Avigdor’s alternate to Hadass. Loui, Billo, Bonfiglio, Ochs, and Zanger successfully fill in missing exposition and add color and depth to the musical chorus, while Steingruby impresses, contrasting Gabrielle’s earthy voice with a number of small, piercingly pure solos.

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