"Its top-notch cast, Thom Allison’s imaginative direction, its abundance of memorable songs and kid-friendly running time of only 90 minutes are already enough to recommend it."
"This is actor Thom Allison’s first effort as a director, but you would hardly know it from his assured work"
THE SLOTKIN LETTER
Darling of the Day
“The cast is a dream. Priam (Thom Allison) and Alice (Jennifer Lyon) are a perfect couple.”
THE SLOTKIN LETTER
“Thom Allison is fantastic as Captain Hook... Allison appears to revel in the boos emanating from the kids and adults in the audience, although he is also one of the funniest characters in the play."
Me and My Town
Guys & Dolls
“Just when you think you’ve seen a definitive production or performance, along comes another one of such blazing originality that it knocks your fedora off. Case in point: Thom Allison’s performance as Nicely-Nicely Johnson"
"This is a strong cast headed by Thom Allison as Coalhouse. Allison is glorious. He has pride and dignity. He’s almost courtly, and the man can burst your heart with his singing."
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Priscilla Queen of the Desert
JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT
"As bald brother Reuben, Thom Allison stuffs the nostalgic French-café chanson Those Canaan Days with enough Chevalier-style ham for a dozen croissants, showing off the nimble voice, comedic flair and huge stage presence"
WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
"Baritone Thom Allison, a Stratford-calibre actor who was so terrific as Aldolpho in MTC's The Drowsy Chaperone earlier this year, is in a class by himself here, bringing warm humour, powerful presence and deep feeling to Tom"
Winnipeg Free Press
"Thom Allison's creamy-smooth, calming voice is a huge asset to the devious character he portrays... An avaricious con man at heart, it is still hard to hate Curtis, though -- he has the great voice and the looks to match."
The London Free Press
A New Brain
"But the showstopper is when Thom Allison sings "I'd Rather Be Sailing", a classic example of how an actor with a strong voice can literally elevate the entire audience and keep them there."
The Drowsy Chaperone
"I, rather predictably, fell for Aldolpho, the Latin lover... By the end of the show, every twitch Allison makes — even his delivery of a simple line like “What?" — is enough to send waves of laughter rolling through the audience."
A Little Night Music
"Patty Jamieson and Thom Allison are deliciously toxic as the Count and Countess trapped together in a marriage where pain provides their only pleasure."
The Wizard of Oz
"Of Dorothy’s companions, Allison pretty much steals the show as the Tin Woodsman, both for his detailed physical comedy and fine singing."
Elegies: A Song Cycle
"Thom Allison (is) superb. He shows off an amazing technique without showing off; he holds long pealing notes in the middle of lines that don't disrupt the flow and flashes a satanic grin that modulates into a compassionate smile."
The National Post
Songs for a New World
"When he breaks out in 'King Of The World' in Act Two, Thom Allison gives the audience one of the highlights of not only the show, but of the theatrical season."
Lady in the Dark
"That is of course, if she can keep up with Thom Allison's thoroughly gay fashion designer turned ringmaster... It's the role that stole the show with Danny Kaye in the original production and Allison does the same 65 years later."
Into the Woods
"Thom Allison is frightening as the lecherous Wolf and appropriately smarmy as Cinderella's Prince, who is all charm and nothing else."
"The stand out for this production is easily Thom Allison as Oliver Warbucks. While his casting diverges from the standard image of the character, he exudes an wonderful charm..."
Theatre in London
Take Me Out
"Thom Allison escalates super-stardom as Darren. The character becomes less godlike after coming out of the closet and the actor tones down the athletic pomp with striking humility."
"Thom Allison, playing the role of Shannon, a dying male to female transgender, is a high point of the film."
King and I
"Thom Allison is a powerful presence as the Kralahome"
"...Played by Thom Allison, he has the thankless task of providing background, play-by-play and criticism, but his dynamic voice and a healthy sense of humour makes him a welcome ringleader for this pageant of intrigue and politics"
Joni Mitchell: River
"Each performer gets to showcase different strengths as the concert progresses... (Thom) Allison, who'd be perfectly cast as a perfume-ad angel, gets laughs in a comically frustrated turn on Be Cool"
Pat St. Germain
"Playing the outrageous master of ceremonies, Allison is unmistakably the highlight of the production. He's got a voice to die for, and when he enters a scene, it's impossible to see anything else."
"The second act opens with Allison showing why he was cast as Robin the star. From center stage, Billie Holiday appears in her drug-induced, hilarious world... leaves the audience wanting to see more, and that we are given."
Berlin to Broadway
"The four singers who inhabit Weill's world in this production are fully up to the challenge of his complex style. Each of the performers create vivid portraits..."