"...a delectably furtive Nat DeWolf"
Betty's Summer Vacation
Ben Brantley
The New York Times
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"As Larry, Nat DeWolf nicely adds color, contrast
and commentary to the proceedings. DeWolf is
expert at Wilson's most delicious dialogue, tossing
off the golden lines with the smooth assurance of
someone who doesn't have to show the strain."
Burn This
Frank Rizzo
Variety
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"...the delightful Nat DeWolf"
Burn This
Ed Siegel
The Boston Globe
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"Nat DeWolf as office assistant Gidger offers up as
much comic relief as possible (think a young
Nathan Lane), "
The Violet Hour
Chris Newbound
Variety
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"Nat DeWolf is the highlight of the show as the
lovable Mason Marzac..."

Mr. DeWolf's Act I monologue, which shows off Rob
Ruggiero's expert direction, is a joyous emotional
crescendo, as Mason observes, ''Democracy is
lovely, but baseball's more mature.''
Anita Gates
The New York Times
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"Nat DeWolf, as Man in Chair, captures all that
subtle complexity with his soulful and sincere
persona. He’s likable — adorable, actually — as he
jumps with glee while watching (and sometimes
shadowing and echoing) the show-within-a-show.
But he also knows how to bring out the undertones
that make this inventive musical more than a frothy
bit of fluff.
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The Drowsy Chaperone
A
ileen Jacobson
The New York Times
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