“Sing!” makes for a great contrast in the play, breaking the tension and adding in quirky humor. Kristine (sophomore musical theater major Kiley Hinkle) and her husband Al (sophomore musical theater major Travis Przybylski) are newlyweds and Al is willing to do anything for his young and nervous wife. Przybylski and Hinkle had amazing chemistry and perfect timing. Kristine is meant to be more of a dancer, while Al is the singer, so in this number one must always be finishing the other’s sentences. Together, they had a bubbly energy and did a wonderful job portraying young newlyweds.
Albany Times Union July 12, 2012
ALBANY — After 24 years, Park Playhouse has finally grown up, and not just because it's offering an "adult" musical like "Cabaret." Instead, with this staging of the Kander and Ebb classic, producer Owen Smith has raised the bar across the board.
"Cabaret," quite simply, is the best show Park Playhouse has ever done. The cast is excellent, the direction is strong, the band is perfect and the set design — always a weak spot — is fantastic.