SHE LOVES ME
" As Arpad Lazlo, the shop's delivery boy who yearns for the opportunity to prove his real worth, Elliott Cunningham is delightful, possessing a certain youthful glee that's on-target for the naïve character, all of which is effectively expressed in his performance of Act Two's "Try Me."
---Jeffrey Ellis for BROADWAYWORLD.COM
----Jeffrey Ellis for BROADWAYWORLD.COM
"We met Elliott Cunningham in Hairspray and as Capt. Tempest in Forbidden Planet. The role of Dennis in this portion of the trilogy of Sanders Family plays is a difficult one. It is Christmas Eve, 1941. Dennis has enlisted and is on the verge of shipping out. Cunningham picks up his balance between fear and patriotism."
- Pat Robbennolt/Crossville Chronicle.
RETURN TO THE FORBIDDEN PLANET:
"Mr. Cunningham was also delightful in "Return to the Forbidden Planet" as well. I've seen dozens of shows at this theatre (From Michigan but own a vacation home near Dale Hollow Lake) and it's exciting to see Elliott join them this season. His comic instincts and timing are terrific and his singing voice is naturally beautiful. This is a talent to watch!"- KMillard
"Elliott Cunningham, whom we met in Hairspray as Link Larkin, plays Captain Tempest for our harrowing voyage. He exudes charm and competence even when the flight plan must be adapted." - Pat Robbennolt / Chronicle contributor
INTO THE WOODS-
Quest Theatre Ensemble
"Director Andrew Park has staged a parade of loveable characters mixed with eye-candy design. We have to care about the Baker and his Wife for this play to work, and the rock-solid Elliot Cunningham and Sarah Kinsey keep us invested."
Altar Boyz ‘quickly’ save 100 souls in less than two hours at OAT
"The high energy of this show lasts 90 minutes without a break, but sped by like a 30-second sound bite. The audience responded with laughs, applause and standing ovations. No wonder Altar Boyz marquees state that this show is destined to “rock the masses.”
"Cast members, Matthew - the leader, played by Matt McMahan; Mark- the sensitive one, played by Tripp Fountain; Luke - the bad boy, played by Sam Weller; Juan - the Latin lover, played by Christopher Tuttle and Abraham - the Gfilte fish out of water, played by Elliott Cunningham - are truly impressive."
"Their voices are so strong on their own, but blended, they are magnificent..."
By Stephen E. Sowers The Rolla Daily News
Reviews for WEST SIDE STORY at Timberlake Playhouse:
"Timber Lake Playhouse's West Side Story is both, as well; it starts out as pretty good passing for pretty great, and ends up spectacular."
"Suddenly, it seemed, terrifically committed and inventive performances started popping up everywhere: Michael J. Yarnell's Bernardo; Elliott Cunningham's A-rab; Brandon Ford's Diesel."
"Any company that can turn West Side Story into such a sensational surprise, I'm thinking, can do just about anything."
-River City Reader