"My favorite supporting character is Brian Kalinowski's dimwitted Amos Hart. Kalinowski is a warm and sincere performer. He connects with the audience and earns our sympathy. His solo number, "Mister Cellophane" is an unexpected highlight."
"These boys are all soloists and all choral singers. They are all actors, and they are all professionals. They have everything that is needed to make a show like this work - especially humor."
"Kalinowski brings the perfect balance of sweet and sad to his performance for a moment that is heartbreaking and funny."
"Although his character was the biggest loser (if you don’t count Hunyak and all the hapless men who the prison molls poisoned, stabbed or gunned down), Brian Kalinowski in the role of Amos Hart is clearly the audience favorite. Perhaps because it’s so unexpected, his solo rendition of “Mr. Cellophane” is a stand-out, twanging the audience’s heartstrings like a $16 million vintage Stradivarius violin."
"Brian Kalinowski and Daniel A. Lopez, who played Amos Hart and Billy Flynn, respectively, were also very, very good. Kalinowski was great at showcasing Amos's hesitation and excitement throughout the show, and the audience most definitely felt for his character. Lopez was excellent at portraying the very smart, money-hungry Billy Flynn. Both men were excellent singers and actors, and I enjoyed their performances very much."
"And Brian Kalinowski’s rendition of “Mr. Cellophane,” about his invisibility in life, is full of pathos worthy of Bert Williams, upon whom his character’s based."
"The ambience of "Chicago" was, is and will always be, sexy, decadent and somewhat superfluous throughout, filled with characters from the sleazy side of town and folks not always easy to like, except for Roxie's patsy of a husband Amos, impressively played by Brian Kalinowski. Kalinowski totally won the audience's heart with his self- disparaging version of "Mr. Cellophane.""
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