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MARY POPPINS at Wheelock Family Theatre

“…balanced by Dan Reardon’s charming Bert, Mary Poppins’ friend, who works not only as a chimney sweep, lamplighter, and artist, but also serves as the story’s narrator, setting the stage for the changes in scene and tempo.” - The Boston Globe

“With a pitch-perfect working-class accent and jaunty demeanor, the nimble-foooted Reardon is terrific throughout – from act one’s “All Me Own Work,” “Winds Do Change,” and “Twists and Turns” to “Step in Time,” the dazzling showstopper he leads in the second act.” – The MetroWest Daily News

GYPSY at Ocean State Theatre Company

“Dan Reardon (Tulsa) emerges as the evening’s most versatile performer with a touching “All I Need Is the Girl.” With Louise by his side, this is the show’s most touching number where Reardon, with a natural and laid-back ease” – Motif

“…he shows he’s a first class song and dance man in his duet with Louise of “All I Need is a Girl.” - Mercury

“Dan Reardon is terrific as Tulsa. His song and dance solo, "All I Need Is the Girl" is superb…his dance expertise that will astound you.” – The Theatre Mirror

MARY POPPINS at Sierra Repertory Theatre

“As Bert, Dan Reardon is our guide through the entire tale, and his voice is a delight. But it’s in Act II’s “Step in Time” and “Down the Chimney” that his tap-dancing talents surge forth with a company of fellow chimney sweeps. This number is a blockbuster…” – Sierra Lodestar

A CHRISTMAS CAROL at Syracuse Stage

“Dan Reardon, as Fred, provides the perfect contrast to his Uncle Scrooge and brings a much needed cheeriness to the story.” – NY Theatre Guide

ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY at the Weston Playhouse

“Dan Reardon is a loveable Alexander, full of devilish antics as his playful nature emerges again and again, only to be crushed by the day's events” – Berkshire Fine Arts