Reviews

Peter in PETER AND THE STARCATCHER 

"The show’s considerable heart comes from Michelle Coben as Molly and Aidan Sank as the orphan, too poor to afford a name, who would be Peter. All the madcap hijinks in this proto-Neverland are emotionally grounded by this pair’s well-acted adolescent angst and earnest first love"-Andrew Travers, Aspen Times

Edward Gorey #2 in Gorey: The Secret Lives of Edward Gorey  

 "Sank delicately handles the moment when Gorey guiltily recalls not responding to, until it was too late, Balanchine's request for a deathbed visit, adding, in a faintly whining tone, that, after the great man's passing, 'I thought: Now what? What on earth do I do now?'"- David Barbour, Lighting and Sound America

"The terrifically sardonic Aidan Sank gives us a vivid, often hilarious portrayal of the man’s wit and complexity."- Patricia Reed, Plays to See 

"...Mr. Sank’s persona is impishly 1960’s cool as “Gorey #2.” His twinkling eyes, lilting voice and charming demeanor are facets of his very engaging characterization."-Darryl Reilly, Theater Scene

"Andrew Dawson, Phil Gillen, and Aiden Sank are like a tall glass of lemonade on a sweltering day."- Shoshana Roberts, Theater is Easy 

Motel in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF 

"...the guy who played Motel [Aidan Sank], gave just the riskiest comic performance. He was so over-the-top hysterical. Literally hysterical...It was a really risky, smart comic performance..."-Mike Schulz, RC Reader

"'Miracle of Miracles' -- where Motel basks in the glow of winning Tzeitel's hand -- is an ecstatic, jubilant wonder in Mr. Sank's hands. This exuberant, rocketing train of a song doesn't let up until its final note, and a great hug between the lovers."-Jonathan Turner, QC Online 

"Aidan Sank’s Motel is so awkward and bumbling that it’s easy to see why Tevye doesn’t want him to marry his eldest daughter – although Sank, offering a heaping helping of endearing qualities, still had me rooting for their marriage."-Thom White, RC Reader SCROLL FOR MORE

"Circa '21's "Fiddler on the Roof" is an energetic, exhilarating and emotional masterwork."- David Burke, QC Times 

Engineer in THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY 

"Aidan Sank is fun to watch as his engineer character records Buddy & the Crickets after the band's lead refuses to play any more country songs, despite being under contract. Sank bops around and sings along as if he's just learning the lyrics..."-Thom White, RC Reader

 

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