“When Sam Carmichael takes center stage to perform SOS, as played by Tony nominee Alan Campbell, Mamma Mia feels muscular and new.”

New York Times (Mamma Mia)

"….appealingly boyish with a shock of blond hair and a suggestion of dimples to indicate that he has not completely relinquished his innocence. He is a strong stage presence and here tears into the title song as if it were an indictment of movieland."

David Richards - The New York Times

"...with big voiced Alan Campbell, who wants lights and scenery to get in the way of the performances."

Lloyd Rose - The Washington Post 

“….. a big, forceful singer…”

Vincent Canby - The New York Times (Sunset)


“….. a charismatic golden boy with a voice to match.”

Lawrence Sherer - The Wall Street Journal (Sunset)

“……… a sensational actor/singer who goes up against Glenn Close every night, and holds his own.”

Liz Smith - The New York Post

"Alan Campbell is terrific..."

Dennis Harvey - Variety (Contact)


"Alan Campbell is even more desperate, charming and covincing than Boyd Gaines was."

Clive Barnes - The New York Post  (Contact)

“…his well sung Mitch couldn’t be more virile-cum-vulnerable; …”

John Simon - 

“Alan Campbell was so effective, I will probably always see him in this role…smooth, so seemingly effortless…..”

Digital First Media (Rock and Roll Man)

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