Actor - Singer - Musician
Alex Woodward was a handsome hero and handled the top tenor notes with ease along the way milking every laugh
Alex Woodward is a stand out, mastering his role as Frederic
Woodward’s “Monticello,” about “dying dreams” in a small-town, resonated
Talent to burn
Woodward and Charalambous, are fantastic. Both performers sing beautifully, Woodward captures Eddie’s pent-up energy and angst admirably.
Alexander Woodward showed an impressive level of investment and vulnerability in the role of Eddie, bringing a fumbling yet adorable charm to his account of this bashful lover.
Eddie (Woodward) and Rose (Charalambous) just swept me away in their roles. I smiled at their awkwardness, I felt the stirrings of that moment when their feelings entwined, and I cried through the emotions of realisations as it dawned before me. Woodward was perfect as the clean cut all American boy next door, easy on the eye and capturing you as he peels away his emotions from desensitisation to compassion and love. There is no doubt there would be many wishing they were in Rose’s shoes.
Alex Woodward as the jock boyfriend, Tommy, sings beautifully and brings sensitivity to the role, leaving no doubt in our minds that he genuinely adores Sue and for reasons he can’t quite fathom either, wants the best for her freaky friend.
Sue Snell and Alex Woodward as Tommy Ross, played the cool kids with a conscience exquisitely well. Their chemistry was palpable and easy to watch.
Woodward scores with “Dreamer in Disguise,