Reid had some more memorable moments when he attempted to “cure” Don Quixote as another “knight,” wearing bright reflecting armor.
More excellent support came from Michael Hardwick in a dual role as the “governor” of the prisoners conducting the trial, and as the innkeeper, dubbing Quixote an official knight in robust, humorous fashion.
Connor Marshall was delightful as a barber whose shaving basin-hat is mistaken for a magic helmet, and Tracy Stewart was appropriately heavy-handed and threatening as the head muleteer.
Written by Dale Wasserman, with music by Mitch Leigh and lyrics by Joe Darion, the production lasted a little over two hours, with no intermission, but often made time seem to fly for the audience.
Directed by Chad Anderson, with a 14-member live pit band under the musical direction of Les Downs, it is highly recommended in its remaining performances.
— John Brandenburg