PRESS/REVIEWS

REVIEWS/BALLROOM

“Nolte is marvelous as Al. A big, lovable teddy bear, his sometimes-awkward attempts to win Bea's heart are touching. He shows off his superb vocal pipes on "Suddenly There's You," one of the more memorable musical numbers.” 

 

— CV INDEPENDENT/Bonnie Gilgallon

“Nolte is absolutely wonderful in this role. He is an obviously seasoned professional and brings the right kind of chemistry to this slice of life musical .” 

 

—  CV Weekly/Dee Jae Cox

REVIEWS/THE PRODUCERS

“Perhaps best of all is Bill Nolte, who's goggle-eyed Franz Liebkind, the neo-Nazi nitwit, possesses a booming voice, a hearty presence and a splendid unawareness of his own idiocy.” 

 

— THE NEW YORK TIMES/Charles Isherwood

“Nolte's gruff Franz Liebkind is the best I've seen.” 

 

—  CHICAGO TRIBUNE

“Nolte's stage presence is as big as his knockout bass voice, and he's an inspired comic.” 

 

— OMAHA WOLRD HERALD

“One of the best things about the show remains Bill Nolte.” 

 

— ONSTAGE BOSTON

“Bill Nolte is a marvelous addition to the Broadway cast breathing an incredible amount of new life into the role of Franz- what a voice, and a brilliant comedian.” 

 

— TALKING BROADWAY / NEW YORK

REVIEWS/THE MOST HAPPY FELLA

“As Tony, Nolte is definite in the role. Period. The End.” 

 

— THEATRE JONES/Gregory Sullivan Isaacs

“Bill Nolte brings such power to his solo, "Mamma, Mamma," that he moved me to tears.” 

 

— TALKING BROADWAY/Zander Opper

“Bill Nolte's voice is spectacular and persona perfection. He is so sublime, I must sing his praises. It should play forever. Pure pleasure.” 

 

— CT CRITICS CIRCLE/Rox Friedman

“His Tony electrifies the audience.

This is one Jolly good Fella.” 

 

— THE DAY CONNECTICUT/Kristina Dorsey 

REVIEWS/FIDDLER ON THE ROOF

“Nolte is the glue that holds the entire production together, giving a stellar performance that combines impeccable comedic timing with heart-breaking anguish.” 

 

— BRUNSWICH TIMES RECORD/Rod Harmon

“A force of nature, and genuinely from the heart.” 

 

— TIMES HERALD-RECORD/James. F. Cotter 

“Miraculously makes this colorful characterization of Tevye entirely his own.” 

 

— ON THEATRE/Marlene S. Gaylinn

“Vividly brought to life by the astounding Bill Nolte, who commands the stage. His delivery is impeccable.” 

 

—  EXAMINER MEDIA/Evelyn J. Mocbeichell 

“Is the best singer I've ever heard in the role, either here or in Europe, and he gives a full, rounded, warm performance that carries this production.” 

 

— THEATRESCENE/Eugene Paul 

REVIEWS/THE LITTLE PRICKS

"Bill Nolte oozes with a combination of snake-oil salesman and side show barker"

 

— THE BOSTON GLOBE/Terry Byrne 

“Broadway veteran Bill Nolte is slick and sleazy enough to make you feel the need to shower after his performance as Ben.” 

 

BOSTON METRO WEEKEND/Nick Dussault 

REVIEWS/MAMBO ITALIANO

"Bill Nolte's Gino was first rate."

 

 THE THEATRE GUIDE/Gerald Falco

"...This Broadway Veteran was superb and the perfect 'ethnic Grandfather.' His operatic voice was an absolute pleasure to listen to."

 

 THE MAMA MAVEN/Maytal

“Nolte masterfully displays his operatic talents with his insightful Italian pronunciation in both song and dialogue, poignantly portraying the heart of an old world Italian striving for happiness in this new country.” 

 

— THE THEATRE GUIDE

REVIEWS/OLIVER!

“Bill Nolte's Fagin keeps the audience enrapt with his captivating performance.” 

 

— BROADWAYWORLD/Tyler Hinton

“Bill Nolte is eccentrically villainous and he turns "reviewing the situation" into a comic tour de force.” 

 

— SALT LAKE TRIBUNE/Barbara M. Bannon 

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