what others are saying.
Tibbits veterans Tyler Whiteman and Lindsey Dakota lead this production, breathing humor and emotion into each love song, and blending nicely in steamy duets. Whiteman, especially, owns his turn as a smooth heartbreaker in several numbers, and makes even lesser-known songs like "She Likes Basketball" stand out. - Encore Michigan (Judith Rubens [review of The Look of Love]
Whiteman and Kuehner are fantastic as the young lovers and claim the spotlight. - Ink Free News (Jeri Seely) [review of Anything Goes]
Tyler Whiteman is pitch-perfect as the handsome two-faced preacher Reverend David Marshall Lee. Watching his cultivated charm dissolve into a child’s tantrum is comedic justice. - Battle Creek Enquirer (Nicole Mullis) [review of The Foreigner]
Tyler Whiteman gets the girl with his sweet-talking, smooth moves, and also a vulnerabilty that rings true... It's the mounting chemistry between Sky and Sarah that grounds this production and keeps it from getting too cheeky. -Encore Michigan (Judith Rubens) [review of Guys and Dolls]
One of the more impressive presentations was "Mack the Knife," with Whiteman handling a series of tightly controlled solos where every syllable was threatening. -Encore Michigan (Bridgette M. Redman) [review of On Broadway 1956]
Skojec’s straight-laced Sarah Brown compliments Tyler Whiteman's incorrigible Sky Masterson. Together, they own their respective characters — the walk, the talk, the attitude. You believe these couples are attracted to each other, just as you believe they are driving each other crazy. Most importantly, you want them to be together... Whiteman's "Luck Be A Lady" is Sinatra-Strong. - Battle Creek Enquirer (Nicole Mullis) [review of Guys and Dolls]