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Reviews of Don Stitt




"Don Stitt adds a nice comic touch." 

--The Pittsburgh Press


"Don Stitt is unremittingly funny."

--The San Mateo Times


"Don Stitt does rouse an amiable round of chuckles."

--The Los Angeles Times


"Don Stitt is an admirable comic."

--The Indianapolis News


"Don Stitt brings a nice comic touch."

--The Seattle Post Dispatch


"He's pumped up and goofy, ain't he?"

--David Letterman


"Don Stitt is good. I like the little fella."

--George Abbott 




“Don Stitt and Iris Lieberman are fun as the smart, wisecracking songwriters, and their appearance in Shuffle Off to Buffalo is one of the highlights of the show.”

--Jane Holahan, Lancaster New Era

(reviewing 42nd Street)


“There’s too much more to praise here—Don Stitt’s Bert and Elisa van Duyne’s Anytime Annie (who jointly reward the audience in Shuffle Off to Buffalo.)”

--Stephen Kopfinger, Lancaster Sunday News

(reviewing 42nd Street)


“Kudos to the hilarious antics of Broadway’s Don Stitt as Moonface Martin. This guy knows farce. His face, his timing, his ability to play the moment for all it’s worth all testify to his brilliant comic technique and control. He is a very funny man.”

--Bill Beard, Stateline News (Chicago)

(reviewing Anything Goes!)


“I found this show fascinating and riveting, well-written and superbly performed...I am a Don Stitt fan. FOUR STARS!”

--Sheila Kay Jack, One4Review (Edinburgh)

(reviewing The Voices in my Head Have Formed a Choir and Somebody’s Singing Flat! by Don Stitt) 


"You certainly don't want to miss Don Stitt's impersonation of union rep Ron Holgate reporting grievances to the producers of the Chita Rivera Can-Can tour."

--Michael Dale,

(reviewing  If It Only Even Runs a Minute 7 )

"Don Stitt was a fine Charlie Davenport and played up the comic elements of the Wild West Show manager."--Nancy Sasso Janis, The Naugatuck Patch, (reviewing Annie Get Your Gun)