For Little Shop of Horrors (San Diego Musical Theater)

“Lamb as Audrey’s sadistic boyfriend might truly be the scariest thing in the show. His mood swings from smiles to rage so quickly that a few women in front of me jumped every time his mood shifts.” – Broadway World

“Colden Lamb amusingly multitasks as Audrey’s sadistic dentist boyfriend Orin and a half-dozen other characters.” – San Diego Union Tribune

For The Light in the Piazza (CCAE Theatricals)

“Colden Lamb and Melissa Musial bring amusing authenticity to Fabrizio’s ne’er-do-well brother, Giuseppe, and his ultra-jealous, high-strung wife, Franca.” – San Diego Union Tribune

“Lamb brings laughs (and some American dance moves) as Giuseppe.” – Broadway World

For Shrek The Musical (3-D Theatricals)

“A strong ensemble of storybook characters wave the “Freak Flag” with a boatload of energy and expertise…particularly particle to the “Pied Piper” of Colden Lamb and “Captain of the Guard” played by Keith A. Bearden. – Table to Stage 

For Jesus Christ Superstar: In Concert

“Colden Lamb’s King Herod nearly steals the show with his taunting, vaudeville-inflected challenge to Jesus to “walk across my swimming pool.”” -SDGLN

For Beauty and the Beast

“Colden Lamb and Andrew Lopez also did a very convincing job portraying Cogsworth & Lumiere respectively.” – River City College Viewpoints

For Sugar: Based on the Screenplay “Some Like It Hot”

“{David} Guthrie and {Colden} Lamb carry the weight of this production on their capable shoulders, singing, moving, and changing costumes constantly. Guthrie’s characterization…serves well as a foil to Lamb’s over-the-top emotional outbursts, particularly when parading around disguised as Daphne.” – San Diego Reader

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