Reviews from Public Performances

It's always a pleasure working with Neil. His quirky sense of humor, his lanky frame, his country twang engages both young and old alike. His performance at Bunbury Theatre had the audience in stitches and even brought a tear to the eye of some of our long time patrons. I look forward to booking Neil again as it was an evening filled with memories to which we can all relate." Juergen K. Tossmann / Producing Artistic Director / Bunbury Theatre /  Louisville, Kentucky / 502-585-5306 / 

"Neil Brewer's 8 O'Clock Bell, is a delightful journey through the life experiences common to all of us. His whimsical, but poignant portrayal of mischievous, good-natured schoolboy antics and observations are humorous, thoughtful and entertaining. Not only does he masterfully deliver the rhythm and cadence of his fun-loving, highly inventive poems and songs, but he tells an age old story with great heart and imagination." Rita Hight / Vice President / Hayswood Theatre / Corydon, Indiana - 812-738-4489

"Neil has the innate and unusual ability to link music, logic and storytelling in a simple way that keeps the attention of children of all ages and teachers for hours. I wish everyone had the opportunity to experience Neil Brewer." - Tom Slone / Chairman & CEO / Touchstone Communications / Fort Worth, Texas - 817-500-5007

"Derby Dinner Playhouse highly recommends Neil Brewer for your audience!" - Bekki Jo Schneider / Owner-Director / Derby Dinner Playhouse / Clarksville, Indiana - 812-288-2632

"The ladies of our Annual Spring Tea loved it!' - Peggy Peter / Director / Central Christian Church / New Albany, Indiana - 812-944-1736

"A wonderful performance for all!" - Selma Dempster / Co-Director of 'Seniors on the Go' / Georgetown Christian Church / Georgetown, Indiana - 812-952-2224

The following comments were written by residents of the Westminster Village Retirement Home in Clarksville, Indiana, where you can contact Activities Director, Jan Sutton, at 812-282-9691

"So many laughs from my Tennessee school days!" -  Francis Pearce, age 79

"It was wonderful" - Marty Woodward, age 85

"We've all been there." - Rovilla Bryant, age 90

"You brought up many old memories of my school days as a student and of my teaching in my later days." - Mary McCurdy, age 86

"I enjoyed the music." - Bill Walmsley, age 83

"Great! - What memories!" - Margaret Martel, age 96