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Musical Comedy/English Accent
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As Lawrence in Engeman Theater’s DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS:
"Lawrence Jameson is superbly portrayed by James D Sasser… Sasser and Gardner make a brilliant team. Their wisecracks and sassy dialog leaves the audience in absolute stitches." Melissa Giordano, Broadway World
"A memorable performance... Mr. Sasser, sophisticated and poised, commanded the stage and revealed his stellar vocals."
Cindi Sansone-Braff, Smithtown Matters
"Sasser is an incredibly smooth provocateur dripping with sophistication. Sometimes sophisticated characters can fall flat, with their elevated body language and swanky accent, but Sasser’s performance was quite the opposite. His commitment to his character(s) didn’t waver for a moment. Additionally, his singing throughout the show was a delight and, might I say, a feat—some of the numbers had a word every eighth note and he sang them out with ease." Alana Brooks, Theatre Guide
As Emile de Becque in Houston's TUTS SOUTH PACIFIC:
"An impressively seductive James D Sasser…" Houston Times
"Played by James D Sasser as an ultra-suave Frenchman with a shady past... Sasser's hefty, alluring Baritone is plenty persuasive all by itself."
"An impressively enamored James D Sasser is cunning... Musical Theater at its best, this one is for the ages. TUTS' superb production proves it." Arkansas News
As Emile de Becque in Plaza Theatricals’ SOUTH PACIFIC:
"The true star of this production is James D Sasser. Mr. Sasser by far has the most beautiful voice I’ve ever heard...
I had chills down my spine during each of his musical numbers.
His baritone is gloriously rich and powerful and does “Some Enchanted Evening” and “This Nearly Was Mine” justice. Based on his performance as Emile, Mr. Sasser would [also] knock [Man of La Mancha’s] Don Quixote out of the park if given the opportunity.”
Nicholas Pontolillo, Broadway World