"While there is no weak link in the cast, there are a few actors whose vocals and performances are stunning . . . Josh Tenney -- who plays thepart of Matt's friend Luke -- and his soulful voice made me want to jump up and shout "Hallelujah!" Click here for the Daily Herald review.
"Josh Tenney is a standout in his role as Luke, a character who provides narration and comic relief as a born-again Christian converted to the LDS faith." "Click here for the Deseret Morning News review.
"The engaging Josh Tenney nearly steals the show as Luke, the young, ebullient, scripture-quoting convert who lives next door and doesn’t understand his neighbors’ lack of enthusiasm for anything religious. He provides many comic moments in a story with serious overtones."Click here for the Meridian review.
"In an easily overlooked role of chief steward Henry Etches, Josh Tenney shines, particularly in "What a Remarkable Age This Is," where he directs the dinner proceedings. He is cheerful and personable, and a fine addition to the large cast of characters" -Eric D. Snider Click here for the full review
"...strong performance...as the sweet and simple Sancho" Full Review