Reviews

Lucky Stiff – Stoneham Theatre

“Linehan is in his element and good for lots of laughs.” — BroadwayWorld.com

“Linehan’s comic timing is in top form!” — WickedLocal NorthofBoston.com

Shrek – Wheelock Family Theatre

“Mark Linehan almost steals the show as the diminutive and dictatorial Lord Farquaad. He is forced to play the role on his knees, and his agility from that posture is a wonder. He provides many of the best moments of comic relief.” — The White Rhino Report

Assassins – New Repertory Theatre

“Mark commands the stage as Booth” — Theater Mirror

Hairspray – Wheelock Family Theatre

“There is not one weak link in this ensemble…Mark Linehan is an appropriately slick Corny Collins.” — The Boston Globe

Pippi Longstocking – Wheelock Family Theatre

“Mark Linehan…finds every bit of humor in the scenes, including visual jokes, physical comedy that includes bumping, tumbling, a bit of dancing, and amusing banter.” — The Boston Globe

It’s a Wonderful Life – Stoneham Theatre

“Linehan takes the audience by the lapels and doesn’t let go. (He) captures George’s internal struggles in heartbreaking detail.” — The New England Theatre Geek

Lumberjacks in Love – Stoneham Theatre

“Linehan is an up-and-coming talent with a strong stage presence and a sterling voice.” — On Boston Stages

The Last Five Years – New Repertory Theatre

“Jamie has gumption and youthful exuberance, and Linehan’s charismatic performance underscores these qualities. He makes fluid, inventive choices that make his character’s qualities pop out with striking intensity.” — EdgeBoston

“Linehan’s performance is remarkably physical, which helps his portrayal of this driven artist … (he) delivers all of Jamie’s conflicted feelings.” — The Boston Globe

“Linehan has an endearing smile and infectious charm that make us want to look at — and listen to — him.” — Talkin’ Broadway

Hairspray – Reagle Music Theatre

“Mark Linehan nails the role of Corny Collins with his easy, suave style.” — MetroWest Daily News

 

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