"The “fruity” cherry on top of the play’s towering banana split of comedy is Bobby Franklyn (Matt Harris)"- Ben Kleppinger, amnews.com review of Run For Your Wife

"Harris, strikes me as the product of Chris Farley and a St. Bernard pup ... He's simultaneously outlandish and charming."- Charlie Cox, Danville Advocate review of Servant of Two Masters

"Matt Harris as the mayor manages to look like an Easter egg in a yellow jacket and green pants ... Looking at him is enough to draw a smile, but he employs a voice to match the jacket, dress, purse... and it's the whole package." - Wendy Stiver Lock Haven Express review of Unnecessary Farce

"Harris as Clown 2... his ladies dominate the stage... Harris plays Mr. Memory, and as such must memorize and recite some extensive scientific dialogue that exceeds reasonable demand." - J.A. Babay The Express  review of The 39 Steps

"Another stand out was Matt Harris as wicked juvenile delinquent Mickey Loomis... Mr. Harris was engaged in a number of physical comedy bits throughout the show and he proved more than expert in that physical comedy department."
Read more: http://nyctheaterluvah.quazen.com/arts/theatre/off-off-broadway-theater-review-the-asphalt-christmas/#ixzz1gZbnNF3U

"Matt Harris is also stand out, playing it broad as the degenerate kid Mickey Loomis, a combination of Mickey Rooney from Boys Town and Lennie from Of Mice and Men and it works marvelously with Mr. Harris proving to be an astonishingly gifted comic actor"
Read more: http://authspot.com/thoughts/gracye-productions-the-asphalt-christmas-celebrates-the-magic-and-wonder-of-theatre/#ixzz1gZcU1Rtc
 

"Robert Leembruggen as Black Stache’s second-in-command Smee, Matt Harris as the romantic Alf, and Thomas Scholtes playing Mrs. Brumbrake (the only other female role) also bring in the laughs and keep the action moving."- Andra Abramson, DcMetro Theatre Arts

"...and Matthew Harris...give a robust performance." - Joseph Arthur Clay, blogcritics.org review of Merchant of Venice

"...Matthew Harris...contributed nice cameos (and ridiculous Irish accents)." Hannah Marie Ellison, blogcritics.org review of Arsenic and Old Lace

"...infuse their characters with...bravado, insecurity and stupidity"- Jeff DeBell, Roanoke Times review of Dreamtime

As Bobby Franklyn in Run For Your Wife

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