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       "Wease's Killer is a force of nature, all libido and cockiness and feral, backwoods Louisiana Charm.  Simply put, you cant take your eyes off him as he drawls and leers and pounds the living bejesus out of his piano (make that his PIE- ano).  Naturally, he gets some of the best lines in the musical, too- delivered with wild -eyed mischief and note-perfect comedic timing."

Charles Runnels, Ft. Myers News-Press

Brady Wease’s exuberance as the young Jerry Lee Lewis is infectious and energetic. His boldly overconfident portrayal fully captures the flamboyance of Jerry Lee Lewis. From the moment he bolts onto the stage Wease adds immense joy to this production. He perfectly inhabits the youthful enthusiasm of an artist who has just been discovered. Wease tears down the house with his piano playing and vocal performances of “Real Wild Child,” “Great Balls of Fire” and “Whole Lotta Shakin’.” The opening night audience was so enthralled with Wease’s performance that they showed their appreciation with chants of “Jerry” just before he tore into “Whole Lotta Shakin’.”

James Lindhorst,

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