A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder

(Old Log Theatre, 2019)


"A small matter deserving mention: ensemble member Luke Davidson, near the show's end, assumes the role of Chief Inspector Pinckney.  It is a small part, but Davidson invests it with total dedication—raising eyebrows and curling his lips responsively as other characters speak.  That is the essence of the phrase 'there are no small parts, only small actors.'  Davidson shows that he is no small actor."

— Arthur Dorman for Talkin' Broadway 

"All 10 of the cast members play multiple roles so capably that you could pick any song...and find all of the non-singing actors in the scene making character-appropriate, inventive, not-pulling-focus choices."

— Chris Hewitt for StarTribune

Lend Me a Tenor

(Old Log Theatre, 2018)

"Luke Davidson plays Tito Merelli and manages to wonderfully find so many different levels throughout both acts."

— Brett Burger for Broadway World

"Davidson provides a different kind of intensity as Tito, but also lets us see the softer, more generous side of the character, especially when he shares a singing lesson with Max."

— Ed Huyck for StarTribune