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Handle With Care


"The humorously awkward bridge between them is the delightful Mat Leonard as Terrence, who is a beat off and always seems to screw up no matter how hard he tries. He really makes you feel for him.” - Jay Handelman, Sarasota Herald Tribune

"Leonard’s Terry is a lovable good old boy — and not the sharpest tool in the shed. Brainpower aside, his character’s also goodhearted and loyal — with weird flashes of insight.” - Marty Fugate, The Observer



"Joel Ashur as Dave Robinson, Christian Condra as Paul Hornung, and Mat Leonard as Jim Taylor all did impressive work in creating the three varied men – the sincere Robinson, the party-loving Hornung and the dense but athletically gifted Taylor." - Ken Klingenmeir, A Seat on the Aisle 2021 Most Impressive Theatre Awards: Most Impressive Male Ensemble in Supporting Roles in a Play


Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike


"The buff Mat Leonard captured not only his character's physical stature, but also Spike's limitations of shallow intellect and oblivious braggadocio." - Larry Murray, Broadway World


"Leonard doesn’t overplay his character’s pretty-boy vacuousness and is all the more amusing for it." - Steve Barnes, Time Union


"A fine-tuned ensemble brought Christopher Durang’s 2013 Tony Award winning homage/satire of Chekhov’s works to life last night at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox. “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” is praised for its fine use of language — everything from witty voodoo chants to elevated classical speech to a show-stopping, funny and emotional rant by a charming, irascible Luddite." - Ann St. Clair, The Berkshire Edge



Julius Caesar


"The seven-member ensemble — Jason Asprey, Andrew Borthwick-Leslie, Nigel Gore, Mat Leonard, Eric Tucker, James Udom, and Kristin Wold — morph effortlessly from faceless members of a mob to individual Romans. Nothing is lost in Shakespeare’s emotional roller coaster ride" - Terry Byrne, The Boston Globe 


"Mat Leonard, who plays seven roles, is a devastating Cinna, the Poet; as well, he makes much of Octavius Caesar" - J Peter Bergman, Edge Media Network

The Girl Who Handcuffed Houdini

"His formidable assistant Jim Collins (Mat Leonard) gamely led us along, and his considerable improvisations remarkably never hit a false note." - Edie Nugent,

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