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"Ken Quiricone was perfect at portraying the many facets of the shy nerdy Yale, showing him as a sympathetic character suffering from unrequited love (“I think I Love You,”), while also ably projecting a humorous side. Quiricone had one of the best controlled singing voices in the ensemble."
                                             -Salisbury Press (Love Is A Many Splintered Thing)
"Ken Quiricone, who plays one of the opera house making his New York City debut. He was quite committed and quite impressive".  
                             -Best of Off-Broadway (Phantom of the Opera)

"Ken Quiricone steals scenes as the quirky, lonesome Groundskeeper."    

            - Greenpoint Gazette (Hansel & Gretel)

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