‘Sister Act’ has “Grand Broadway Style” writes blogger, Spencer Lau

Posted by on May 23, 2017 in Reviews | No Comments

To view Spencer Lau’s full review of OBSP’s ‘Sister Act’ on click here.

“The Off Broad Street Players production was directed and choreographed by John Stephan with Walter Webster musical directing. In the past few productions OBSP has really elevated their productions and “Sister Act” falls right in line with the wonderful shows that have become a South Jersey community theatre standard.” says Spencer Lau from

Review: 'Sister Act' at Off Broad Street Players

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Lau reviews the performance with high regard to the cast and crew. He uses terms such as, “heartfelt”, “powerful”, and “unexpected” to described the performances given by the actors. He praises Carmen Delia Bryant’s dedication to the arts as she is “demonstrating technique that is being taught in the classroom” and he awes at Victoria Mozitis’ talent saying that she is a “star in the making”.

His words for the set design and stage direction are just as highly complimentary, saying, “John Stephan’s direction/choreography of this large show was wonderful. The smart use of making simple large set pieces actually made the production feel small an intimate at times but then still had the large production numbers in that grand Broadway style.”

According to, Spencer Lau has been teaching for fourteen years and is also a producer and musical theatre director. Don’t forget to read his full review here.

If you are interested in experiencing an Off Broad Street Players production check out our 2017 season and order you tickets now to see this company in action!


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