Press

Door Shakespeare

“Scott McKenna Campbell, the composer/musician, also plays the fool, Feste. Feste is given to intricate riddles, and Campbell messages the part with finesse. Let’s see… A solid actor who composes and performs music – can’t beat that.” Warren Gerds, WeAreGreenbay.com

“But it’s because part of him knows his best days are behind him and he doesn’t want to face the music – flecked with darkness in the spot-on score by Scott McKenna Campbell (an aptly acerbic Feste)” -Mike Fischer, Journal Sentinel

Ohio Shakespeare Festival

“Scott Campbell as Bardolph, Bernard Bygott as Pistol and Snezana Jelic as the Boy were also hilarious in their scenes.” -April Helms, Nordonia Hills News Leader

“The cast of Henry V features other performers impressively returning to their roles from OSF’s Henry IV, including Scott Campbell as Bardolph…the quartet adds humor and humanity to the comic relief characters in the history play.” -LandofCleve.net

“Later, in the play within a play, actor Campbell nearly steals the show as his terrified academic Nathaniel…” -Kerry Clawson, Akron Beacon Journal

Nathaniel’s appearance as Alexander the Great…was a show-stopper.” -April Helms, Stow Sentry

“These are great roles that give the actors something interesting to do. Fortunately for the audience, these guys did it well.” -David Ritchie, West Side Leader

Shakespeare in Delaware Park

This is also a masterful production, with some really fine performances like…Scott Campbell’s slimy Tyrell…” -Augustine Warner, SpeakUpWNY

“Nearly all of the play’s comic scenes found exactly the right tone…Constable (Larry Smith,) Dauphin (Matt Snyder) and Orleans (Scott McKenna Campbell) brought to mind smarmy frat boys bragging about their conquests when they tried to make bets on how many of the English they would slaughter. Their swaggering added black humor and foreshadowing…”  –Diana Carter, PlayShakespeare.com

3 and 1/2 Stars: “Director Saul Elkin has assembled a cast of 25, some familiar summer Shakespearians mixing with new faces, returnees and a surprise or two. All are able…” -Ted Hadley, The Buffalo News