THE SECRET GARDEN
with Brandi Burkhardt
Cincinnati Playhouse/Baltimore Center Stage
Broadway World -"Earley is as brooding as passionate as any Bronte hero replete with a looming 100-room mansion."
DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY
Drama Desk Nomination
with Jill Pace
Time Square Chronicles - "Playing Death is replacement Kevin Earley, who is a star in the making..."
Broadway's A TALE OF TWO CITIES
as Ernest DeFarge with Natalie Toro
Theater Maina - "Earley as the forgiving Ernest DeFarge."
as Thomas Jefferson
at Papermill Playhouse
NJ Star-Ledger - "Earley convincingly shows the dilemma Jefferson had between love of country and love of wife."
SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS
as Adam with Beth Malone
Broadway World - "Earley's resonant baritone rings out across the theater at curtain rise and he continues to create a rich vocal presence throughout the show"
DADDY LONG LEGS
as Jervis with Ephie Aardema
ENCORE MICHIGAN - "Both actors have glorious voices and harmonize with particular precision."
EMPIRE, The Musical
with Stephanie Gibson
La Mirada Theater for the Performing Arts
Broadway World- "Earley is an appealing leading man whose chemistry with Gibson is reminiscent of the old screwball comedies starring Gable and Lombard or Hepburn and Tracy."
as Young Hub with Jenny Powers
5th Avenue Theater
Broadway World - "swoon-worthily played by Earley." and "Earley and Powers have tons of fun chemistry together"
Broadway's THROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE
as Trevor Graydon with Susan Egan
BROADWAY'S and NATIONAL TOUR
with Tim Howar and Sutton Foster
Christi Times - "Kevin Earley as a full-throated Enjolras..."
ANNIE GET YOUR GUN
as Frank Butler
at Goodspeed Opera House
with Jenn Gambatese
New York Times - "crackling excitement arrives onstage when Ms. Gambatese and Mr. Earley join forces for the classic Broadway duet "Anything You Can Do."
Jeff Award Nomination, Pirate King
at Marriott Theater
Chicago Suntimes - "Kevin brings a bit of Keivn Kline zip to the Pirate King."
BROADWAY BY THE YEAR
at New York's Town Hall Theater
Kerry O'Malley and Erin Davie
Years - 1973, 1982, 1921 and 1988.
Curtain UP - "...included the now obligatory nod to singing unplugged. This was exemplified by Earley's resounding 'Why Did You Kiss My Heart Awake'."