/My public needs me.

"Hilarious whenever (he was) on stage; over the top - an audience pleaser."

"Hilarious whenever (he was) on stage; over the top - an audience pleaser."

"Edward Miskie as Julian Marsh provided the backbone of the piece, adding strength and certainty to (his) role."

"Edward Miskie as Julian Marsh provided the backbone of the piece, adding strength and certainty to (his) role."

“... Played with pompous gusto ...makes the character works amiably, especially in his scenes with Lavergne's Reno which grow from seduction to romance in short order.”

"...masterful."

"One terrific surprise is Miskie's rendition of The Gypsy in Me where the acting, singing, and stage direction offers delirious pleasure."

"... (A) sturdy good-guy; upstanding..."

"Miskie exudes burly manhood doused in chauvinism...hold(s) on to the romantic elements"

"Takes the audience on the roller coaster ride that his life has quickly become... Brilliant."

" owns the role from the beginning..."

"Miskie definitely has the physical persona for the role... with an arrogant flair and voice of velvet."

"...endearing as a dim-witted weatherman."

Around Town Newspaper on Miskie as Howard in Moon Over Buffaloat Broward Stage Door Theatre.

"...a fine, nerdy, and overwhelmed Howard."

"...Charming!

A true stand-out."

Venue Magazine on Miskie as Corny Collins

in HAIRSPRAY at LaComedia Dinner Theatre

“...delightful as the male lead. He is tall, handsome and has a smooth, sophisticated voice.”

The Modesto Bee on Miskie

as Bob Wallace in Irving

Berlin's White Christmas at Sierra Repertory Theatre.

..."a gentleman of a leading man; Storms the stage."

AEA 2011 Roger Sturtevant Award Winner

March 2011

Miskie was the winner of the AEA Roger Sturtevant musical theatre award and scholarship in 2011.

Backstage - Who Got The Part?

May 2010

Edward Miskie as featured in Backstage Magazine's "Who Got The Part" on his starring in the first national regional premier of ROOMS: A Rock Romance as Ian Wallace.

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