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"(Kirsten) Scott and Mahany have pipes to shake the heavens, and they absolutely soar on 'High Enough'."

"Drew (C.J. Eldred, though played with gnarly aplomb by understudy Michael Mahany on the night I attended) is a city boy, born and raised in South Detroit."

"[Valerie Witherspoon] and the handsome, comedic, Michael Mahany as Aaron were perfectly cast as the mismatched couple. Both were honest in their character portrayals; as well as having good, strong, singing voices. This was a showcase for Mr. Mahany's exceptional comedic talents."

"[In First Date] the acting is first-rate. Michael Mahany is Aaron, and he's the epitome of awkward, needy insecurity. But he's not locked into this attitude: with Casey's help (and a technique right out of Gestalt therapy) he eventually finds his inner Rhett Butler and confronts the reality of his too-often-fantasized ex"

Creative Loafing

Tampa, Fl

"...and my favorite character is Michael Mahany's Jack Scott, the school announcer.... shows he can do more than talk."

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh, PA

 "Michael Mahany, playing Jack Scott, the high school newscaster, shows he can do more than talk."

Pittsburgh Post-Gazzette

Pittsburgh, PA

"As Jack Scott, school announcer, Michael Mahany is creatively funny; one imagines he and his character could have quite a voiceover career."

"As 'the voice of East High School' (Michael Mahany in Ira Glass mode) sends out official announcements, and real communication is made via ever-present cell phones, the student body observes the unusual shifts in loyalties."


Chicago Sun-Times

"...secondary characters (Olivia Oguma as student composer Kelsi Neilson and Michael Mahany as Jack Scott, "the voice of East High School") really add the glue that holds the show together with style."

Cape Cod Times

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