Cabaret

Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Jupiter, FL

Production Photos & Reviews

“One Bright Star in a dark play about grief, Bruce Linser shines.”


“Particularly when Bruce Linser as Kyle is alone onstage, Touch really does touch the heart. Press-Coffman has created a juicy role in Kyle, and New Theatre's Linser makes the most of it. The young actor here has a part to which he can bring some truth. From the tour de force of the opening monologue -- an actor's dream of opportunities -- right through his permanent pout and his sense of puzzlement at the cruelty of the world, Kyle's pain is authentic. If Zoe, who is never seen, has a stronger presence than the other characters, it is thanks to the strength of Linser's evocative magic.”


-- Octavio Roca – Miami New Times – April 2005

Berlin to Broadway

Palm Beach Dramaworks, West Palm Beach, FL

“As Cliff, Bruce Linser brings a great deal of clarity to a role that is often played as boyish and callow. The thoughtfulness of his acting beats brings needed depth to the character and his observations of what lies ahead for those around him.”

-- John Lariviere – TalkinBroadway.com – January 2011

Noises Off

FAU Summer Rep, Boca Raton, FL

“Also an asset is Equity guest artist Bruce Linser as Malvolio, the dour and self-important aide to Countess Olivia, whose unexpected romantic feelings makes him an easy target of cruel jokes. Linser’s button-down wardrobe and manner are a nice comic contrast with the silly getup he is tricked into wearing in his pursuit of love.”

-Hap Erstein – Palm Beach Arts Paper – June 2009

“Bruce Linser, an attractive actor with a captivating voice, makes a strong impression as Altsanger III.”

-Octavio Roca – Broward/Palm Beach New Times – March 2005

Evita

FAU Summer Rep, Boca Raton, FL

Fahrenheit 451

GableStage, Coral Gables, FL

A Murder, A Mystery, & A Marriage

Florida Stage, Manalapan, FL

Enchanted April

Caldwell Theatre, Boca Raton, FL

“Linser plays Philip close to the vest, yet as buttoned up as the character seems, Linser is able to convey the sexual tension and Philip’s struggle to quell his desires. When the 1950s character snaps at the end of Act 1, it’s as if all of his hell has been released. Philip’s fury is real and the audience feels the sheer force coming through Linser’s portrayal.”

-- Michelle Solomon – Florida Theatre On Stage – May 2014


“Adopting British accents, the actors artfully delineate their different characters. Linser’s first Philip exudes barely controlled rage, while his present-day Philip is a decent and wounded man.”


-- Christine Dolen – Miami Herald News – May 2014 

Lend Me a Tenor

Caldwell Theatre, Boca Raton, FL

Company

FAU Festival Rep, Boca Raton, FL

Twelfth Night

FAU Festival Rep, Boca Raton, FL

“Bruce Linser, the Rep’s go-to guy in recent seasons with impressive performances in Bye Bye Birdie and Evita, tops those efforts with a brooding, full-voiced star turn as commitment-phobic Bobby, wrapping his lungs around two of Sondheim’s pain-filled plaints (Marry Me a Little and Being Alive).”

-Hap Erstein – Palm Beach Arts Paper – July 2009

The Pride

Island City Stage, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Touch

New Theatre, Coral Gables, FL

The Diaries

New Theatre, Coral Gables, FL

Bye Bye Birdie

FAU Summer Rep, Boca Raton, FL

Forever Plaid

Hey City Stage, Minneapolis, MN

Where's Charley?

Caldwell Theatre, Boca Raton, FL

The Impressionists

Caldwell Theatre, Boca Raton, FL

The Full Monty

Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Jupiter, FL

“Bruce Linser charms as the dapper young landlord who brings out the best in everyone.”

-- Rachel Galvin – Broward/Palm Beach New Times – January 2005