FOOTLOOSE THE MUSICAL

"Ray Buffer is the central pin in this production in two ways.  As the overly paternal Rev. Moore, Buffer delivers with his booming voice and his quiet, vulnerable strength.  Buffer is also the show’s director, and in this capacity he has done a wonderful job of staging a big musical in to a small space."

- Tim Titus / Intersections

 

THE MUSIC MAN

"Upfront, everyone in this play is clearly relishing their opportunity to shine on stage. They’re all good. Particularly, Ray Buffer as Harold Hill gets to be the leading man and the show stealer. This man has some serious singing pipes on him."

- Diego Crespo / El Paisano / Mysterium Theater

TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING

“Fudge is the bane of Peter's existence. Ray Buffer, who towers over the other actors, is a perfect hoot as the bouncing baby boy. He wears a giant bib, overalls and colorful sneakers and elicits giggles and howls of laughter from the audience from his first appearance.”

– Jennifer Greenhill-Taylor / Orlando Sentinel / Civic Theatre of Central Florida

 

SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN

“A particularly poignant moment comes early in Act II when Stanley, played by Ray Buffer, confesses to spending time in jail and talks of the faith he observed in his fellow prisoners.”

- Jennifer Greenhill-Taylor / Orlando Sentinel / Mark Two Dinner Theatre

 

KISS ME KATE

“Buffer is a terrifically macho Fred and Petruchio… The Relevant Stage production of Kiss Me Kate has been directed with verve by Buffer.”

– Steven Stanley / StageSceneLA / The Relevant Stage

 

UPTON SINCLAIR’S SINGING JAILBIRDS: THE MUSICAL

“Created by Ray Buffer and composer Robert Gross, this pro–working man musical is adapted from Upton Sinclair’s 1924 melodrama about an ad hoc labor leader jailed for speaking out against a company’s brutally repressive management. Buffer, who directs, stages the action on the huge proscenium of San Pedro’s Warner Grand Theatre. The performers tend to look diminished, but Buffer partially compensates with an effective two-tiered set; in some ways, the small cell on a large stage optimizes the theme of a little man at the mercy of larger forces.”

- Deborah Klugman / LA Weekly / The Relevant Stage

 

FRANKENSTEIN THE MUSICAL

“Besides directing the show, Ray Buffer portrays The Creature with the menace of Captain Hook and Bluebeard rolled into one. His booming voice is perfectly suited to generate fear in anyone coming into contact with his massively evil persona.”

–Shari Barrett / Broadway World / Art-In-Relation

 

DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS

“Ray Buffer stars as Lawrence, a part that fits him to a T. The burly six-footer has a great look for the role, a fine singing voice, and excellent comic timing.”

– Steven Stanley / Stage Scene LA / The Relevant Stage

 

“Buffer, in an elegant white suit and purple shirt, his hair cut short and dyed blond for the performance, is every bit the elegant thief as Lawrence, who charms very rich women out of their money.”

- John Farrell / Daily Breeze / The Relevant Stage

 

 

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