PRESS & REVIEWS
"At the 250-seat Westside, under the unpretentious direction of Hunter Foster, it has achieved a fitting size and shape... 'The Other Josh Cohen' is a charmer, touching on real issues without pummeling them. It doesn’t need to push harder or further; in knowing itself, it has already found its beshert."
The New York Times on The Other Josh Cohen at West Side Theatre
"Hunter Foster directs a production with excellent actors, beautiful music, and a story that will resonate with audiences for years to come. Anyone who has the opportunity to see this musical in person will love every minute of it."
BroadwayWorld on The Bridges of Madison County at Axelrod PAC
"Goodspeed Musicals' new revival, directed by Hunter Foster, is the first time I've had a chance to see the show since I reviewed it more than a decade ago. Not only does it hold up, but Mr. Foster's marvelous staging adds further luster to his fast-growing reputation as a musical-comedy director whose work needs to be seen in New York."
Wall Street Journal on The Drowsy Chaperone at Goodspeed Opera House
"Hunter Foster delivers this gem... His "Cabaret" incorporates elements from recent Broadway revivals as well as the 1972 film (which added the great songs "Maybe This Time" and "Mein Herr"), giving his version the perfect balance of timely and timeless"
The Boston Globe on Cabaret at The Cape Playhouse
"The production is directed by Broadway actor and director Hunter Foster, who harnesses the power of the cozy tent theater. You may wonder if the drunken church organist Simon Stinson will fall into your lap as he staggers home (he won't, quite). Sit in the front row, and the Stage Manager may poke his finger in your chest... Sit on the aisle and you may be called upon to perform a small speaking role."
The Aspen Times on Our Town at Theatre Aspen
"The show is a feast of surprisingly precise and athletic tap. They can act as well as required by a vehicle like 42nd Street, often movingly. And they can really sing... This is what Bucks County does well. Director Hunter Foster keeps the pacing deft"."
The Philadelphia Inquirer on 42nd Street at Bucks County Playhouse