“Cardwell portrays [Frank Finger] as a strange, somewhat flamboyant man… [He] is a hoot.”

Lisa Gauthier Mitchison | NUVO

“Thomas Cardwell, trailing clouds of glory behind him as the debonair Trigorin projects the self-confidence of a man accustomed to trimming his sails to the prevailing winds.”

Jay Harvey | Upstage

“Cardwell, in particular, shone as Cardenio, playing every note with convincing depth.”

Regina Buccola, Roosevelt University | Chicago Shakespeare Bulletin