‘The History of Cardenio’

Cardwell, in particular, shone as Cardenio, playing every note from homosocial joy to heterosexual jealousy to raving madness with convincing depth. The conviction with which he madly mounted a bare tree branch, riding it across the stage like a froth-flecked steed, was something to behold.

Regina Buccola – Roosevelt University,
Chicago 
Shakespeare Bulletin