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All the singing and music in the show is live and it has to be said all the singing was excellent, especially from Samantha Dorrance as Laura and David Ribi as Bobby Pam Dixon (What's On Stage) Empire Theatre, Sunderland Ribi and Dorrance lead the production beautifully, their swing moves standing out from the crowd and their vocals containing a flawless and infectious quality that, as the lady next to me whispered, sound as strong as a pre-recorded and auto-tuned track.
Rebecca Cohen (What's On Stage) Liverpool Empire Samantha Dorrance as Laura and David Ribi as Bobby are the stand-out performances, with their voices conveying the longing and emotion the show needs to tie the songs together with the plot Jenny Hogg (Swindon Advertiser) Wyvern Theatre The extraordinary young cast is headed by David Ribi as Bobby, who was in fine voice, with an outstanding vocal range and Samantha Dorrance as Laura, his sweet 16-year old.
Versatile Samantha Dorrance excels as young Laura, a clever and focused musician who is more than a kid in school uniform.
There are lovely links into numbers including To Know Him is To Love Him, Bobby's Girl and a beautifully orchestrated duet Runaway/Who's Sorry Now (Bobby and Laura).
Sarah Dale (Worthing Herald) Theatre Royal, Brighton Brighton was the first date on the show’s round Britain tour so of course the cast were zinging and sparky with adrenaline.
It’s hard to pick out any for special praise, but young Samantha Dorrance (Laura) is going to give Elaine Paige a run for her money soon Despite a uniformly strong company, there are however, two stand out performances, Samantha Dorrance and David Ribi as Laura and Bobby.
Both sing with incredible power and range, Dorrance soaring with an emotional rendition of To Know Him Is To Love Him, Ribi showcasing impressive vocals on Roy Orbison’s in Dreams just two of the many highlights from these two.
Brad Lewis Kavanagh, born in the English Lake District, in Northern England, first found his passion for acting at the age of six when he began singing lessons and joined a local children's theatre group.
He continued performing locally until the age of nine, when acted in Arthur Miller's All My Sons at the Theatre by the Lake where he portrayed the American character Bert.