And Michael Liebhauser’s Richard is phenomenal and complex, a likable creep, fascinating in his indefatigability, charming in his brilliance and word play, impressive in his manipulation, terrifying in his bloodthirst, and yet utterly pitiful.
Michael Liebhauser deserves praise for his accent work in particular, and performances in general. Liebhauser’s scenes with Carpenter where he plays a man who has lost his memory are particularly heartbreaking
Michael Liebhauser, as Donald Giovanni, delivers a terrific musical comedy star performance (I would love to see him in one of the lead roles in Spamalot).
...played by the lanky, mischievous Michael Liebhauser, who lopes around grinning like Jack Skellington with an orange pompadour
[His] Edmund, embodied exquisitely with conniving sex appeal.
You’re funny, but you’re loud.... and sweaty