Kevin Quill-Actor

“Remarkable and chilling”

“Quill is amazing”

An Iliad

“It is remarkable and chilling theater, as he unerringly and unflinchingly chronicles humanity’s long history of war-making.” – The Cape Cod Times

“Reprising his role as the Poet is Kevin Quill who, with each performance, has brought new life to the show by implementing new and exciting elements into this work.” – Broadway World Boston

“Quill is amazing. For 100 minutes he regales us with what is happening, a monologue that is punctuated with emotion, several voices, and is non-stop intrigue. I almost became breathless for him as he captured my constant attention.” – The Cape Codder

The Last Five Years

“Quill has many poignant moments onstage, giving the rock-edge to his voice a rest while singing some more somber songs that he brings emotion to so well.” – Broadway World Boston

“Nothing presents a problem as these talented performers traverse wide vocal ranges and stylistic influences, including pop, jazz, classical and rock.” – The Cape Cod Times

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Kevin Quill makes sounds for a silent night -The Provincetown Banner

“Audition season is approaching, and Quill is looking forward to a busy 2018, full of teaching, rehearsing and performing. For now, though, he’s delighted to return to the Cape to entertain both old and new friends at Tin Pan Alley. He has even been working on a new song, a little number called “Take Me to Provincetown,” by the musical duo of Joe Kinosian and Kellen Blair. “The writers say it’s never been performed in P’town before,” Quill says. A piano bar on wintry Commercial Street seems like the perfect debut.”

“Quill has a clear, bright range between a baritone and a tenor, and sings with clean-cut enthusiasm.” -The Provincetown Banner

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