Souvenir by Stephen Temperley
By Tina Farmer – KDHX, December 29, 2017
‘Souvenir’ is a brilliant work of showmanship, missed notes, and an enduring if odd friendship.
By Judith Newmark – St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Dec 19, 2017
Max & Louie comedy rings with laughter -— and wrong notes
By Chuck Lavazzi – OnSTL, December 19, 2017
Is ‘Souvenir’ the perfect holiday show?
By Mark Bretz – Ladue News, December 19, 2017
Max & Louie’s ‘Souvenir’ Is Pitch-Perfect Comedy.
By Richard T. Green – Talkin Broadway, December 18, 2017
Marie Antoinette is supposed to have said, “let them eat cake,” as French peasants grew angry at her profligacy. Likewise, in a moment of imagined noblesse oblige, in our own Great Depression, Manhattan millionaire Florence Foster Jenkins very nearly said, “let them hear me sing.”
By Pamela Reckamp – STL Limelight, December 18, 2017
So Much to Love in Max and Louie’s Souvenir.
By Tina Farmer – KDHX, December 16, 2017
A singular diva charms
By Judith Newmark – St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 13, 2017
“Debby Lennon digs into another offbeat character: Florence Foster Jenkins”
TV / Radio Interviews
Debbie Lennon and actor Paul Cereghino on FOX2
Paul Cereghino and Sydnie Grosberg Ronga join Don Marsh on St. Louis on the Air
Debby Lennon and Paul Cereghino on STL Live
“…an unexpectedly gentle and affecting comedy.” – New York Times
“A beguiling comic jewel with a heart.” – Variety
“…a memorable illustration of the real limits of self-perception,and of the purely theatrical magic that can turn the tinniest ear to gold.” – Time Out
“Tone-deaf but utterly pitch-perfect.” – The New York Daily News
“..so go laugh to your heart’s content.There weren’t many voices as bad as Jenkins’.There aren’t many theatrical experiences as good as Souvenir.” – Boston Globe