"Peter Graham-Gaudreau is brilliant as the charismatic Engineer. The vocal talents are second to none.”
Glenna Turnbull, Capital News
“Shear Madness is a fantastic comic machine. The cast has to be ready for anything, and the actors in this production are impressively sure-footed. Its unstoppable energy had me rolling. And it’s fun, a perfect summer game."
Colin Thomas, The Georgia Straight
“Not only do the actors shatter the fourth wall at whim, they interact with the audience. Peter Graham-Gaudreau, who plays the wonderfully slimy “used antique” dealer Edward, asked someone to bring him a scotch. When they returned with a bottle of water instead, as thanks Graham-Gaudreau sneered, “Don’t you know this is a Coca-Cola product, buddy?” The combination of improv, script and at-large suggestions makes for some side-splitting stuff.”
Leanne Campbell, The Surrey Now
TRAFFOR TANZI (set in a Circus)
"There's no denying that if acrobatic capabilities could win a Tony, these players would be on the nomination list. Indeed, Pete Graham as the ever-crude Dean Rebel is hysterical."
Jackie Leroux, Cornwall Standard-Freeholder
"Pete Graham is half pelvis...And he's so clever."
Charles Haines, CBC Radio
PUMP BOYS and DINETTES
“The performers are all first-rate…lovely voices and accomplished musicianship. Peter Graham-Gaudreau plays a mean harmonica.”
Peter Birnie, The Vancouver Sun
“…musically, the cast is nothing short of stellar. By the time Peter Graham-Gaudreau sang “The Night Dolly Parton was Almost Mine’, I felt I could have been sitting on a porch somewhere, feeling the last warm rays of day on my face.”
Chris Bryan, Richmond News
"Graham's painful honesty comes across with beautiful purity."
Sharon Boase, Morrisburg leader
"The individual performances are excellent, and the four actors work as a precise team, always in tune with each other...Graham's performance is very enjoyable indeed."
Barbara Crook, The Ottawa Citizen
"Graham and Mandia work together smoothly - every laugh is won without losing any of the show's seriousness."
Doug Bale, London Free Press
GOING SOMEWHERE SLOW
“Peter Graham-Gaudreau proves himself a capable actor as well as a playwright. A funny, moving and sharply observed tale. Four stars.”
Chris Dafoe, The Vancouver Sun
“In the movie’s favor, the acting is good throughout; Joe Lando and Peter Graham-Gaudreau, as Pete and Bob Booker respectively, were very good indeed.”
Beckoning Chasm Film Review