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Priscilla, Queen of the desert


"Under all of Priscilla’s glitz and glamour there are some poignant messages about tolerance, acceptance and the need for diversity and it’s Clint Butler as Tick/Mitzi who keeps them from seeming hollow or tagged on, especially when he obsesses about meeting the son he fathered eight years earlier. Butler’s rendition of MacArthur Park is a true showstopper." - Calgary Herald

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Neptune Theatre, Halifax

"What truly ties the show together are the three potential fathers; Jay Davis, Clint Butler and Tim Funnell as Sam, Bill and Harry, respectively. Never have I seen three actors be completely different from one another yet they each command the stage. As soon as they walked on stage, I heard the audience roar with laughter. They each brought something extraordinary with their presence in every scene, especially when they were together." - Broadway World


Rainbow stage, winnipeg

"Ma-Anne Dionisio, an accomplished musical theatre veteran (Miss Saigon, Les Miserables) proves worthy of the "dynamo"designation. She may be physically petite, but her voice is big and rich and full of passion. It’s Clint Butler’s Harry who proves the best match for Dionisio vocally, with their lovely performance of Our Last Summer."  - Winnipeg Free Press

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Nature of the BEast


"The playwright knows how to generate laughs, but one of the best scenes, between Mike and the newly released David, has a sharp tension that could be a larger part of the action. Mike's clear curiosity about the master-slave relationship and David's flirtatious interest in the shirtless teen combine in a nuanced episode that lets Butler demonstrate his acting skill." - Now Toronto

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