Reviews

  • “We all had a good time reading your submission An Escort for Edmonton, several chuckles could be heard each time it was passed on.”
    By Branch County Community Theatre
    Coldwater, MI
    January 18, 2017

  • “But back to Alcippe, the jealous suitor of the real Clarice. Played deliciously loud and wild-eyed by Phil E. Eichinger, Alcippe is lovelorn and lovesick to the nth degree. He is hilarious and steals the scenes he is in as he screams his love and his blood thirsty hate for anyone who would touch the fair Clarice. Eichinger is very fun to watch”
    By Janine M. Torsiello
    Morrisbeats February 22, 2014
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  • “Rounding out the fine cast is Phil E. Eichinger as Alcippe, Clarice’s secret and very jealous fiancé. One of the comedy high points is a sword less duel between Dorante and Alcippe.”
    By Rick Busciglio
    Examiner February 25, 2014
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  • “And Phil E. Eichinger is a smashing, crashing comic as Alcippe.”
    By Sheila Abrams
    NJ Arts Maven February 25, 2014
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  • “Phil E. Eichinger is over the top amusing as Alcippe, Lucrece’s madly jealous secret fiancée.”
    By Bob Rendell
    Talking Broadway March 1, 2014
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  • “Eichinger wisely chooses not to go too far over the top as Zamir, giving the show a necessary secondary anchor.”
    By Mike Hassett
    ScotchPlains-Fanwood Patch July 17, 2010
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  • “…she married this quick-tempered cad named Zamir (Phil Eichinger), who insists (in a wonderfully thick Arabic accent) he is Irish… Miss Murray and Mr. Eichinger couldn’t be better… and his characterization of a self-serving Middle Eastern male is capped off by the necessary braggadocio.”
    By Susan Myrill Dougherty
    The Westfield Leader July 15, 2010
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  • “Phil E. Eichinger has the hair-trigger temper that’s a must for Zamir.”
    By Peter Filichia
    The Star-Ledger July 14, 2010
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  • “Phil E. Eichinger as Zamir is more scary than hilarious, at least until we learn the truth about his background. He bounces from pseudo-charming to violent in the blink of an eye and his accent is totally believable.”
    By Ruth Ross
    NJ Arts Maven July 10, 2010
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  • “Phil, the stranger with whom Betty immediately falls in love, is deftly portrayed by Phil E. Eichinger. He’s a trendy vegetarian who’s somewhere between New Age and New Wave.”
    By Peter Filichia
    The Star-Ledger February 24, 2009
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  • “Eichinger manages to be both intellectual and menacing”
    By William Westhoven
    Daily Record Jersey Stages February 26, 2009
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  • “Phil E. Eichinger brings likable, youthful fervor to the enigmatic Philip”
    By Bob Rendell
    Talking Broadway Regional News
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  • “Gary Glor and Daaimah Talley lend solid support as do Rebecca Moore, Phil E. Eichinger and Edward Corcino as the trio of students.”
    By Bob Rendell
    Talking Broadway Regional News
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