“In the most natural style, Mr. Zalewski creates the atmosphere of a French cafe in 1890… he crafts a very

human, very moving story…(our audience) raved about the experience…Mr. Zalewski was a joy to work

with and a consummate professional.”  

— Terry Byrne, Boston Globe theater critic

“We were mesmerized for the entire hour.”

—  Mary Conseur, Alliance Francaise of Northern Connecticut

“He not only looks like the celebrated Postman, but his performance is thoroughly believable —

thoughtful, engaging, sometimes humorous and, in the end, very moving.”

— Peter Timms, Director, Fitchburg Art Museum

“Van Gogh’s story, as told by Ted Zalewski, is intense, complex, emotional and profound.”

— Geralyn Miller, Director, Children’s Museum

“I know I will remember more about van Gogh and his life because of Ted’s creative script and his

excellent research…an excellent program that is sure both to entertain and to inform.”

— Henry Lukas, Education Director, Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History

“(Ted’s) superb acting ability…held us transfixed, bringing to life van Gogh’s portrait of Roulin in the

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.”

— Ruth Sidd, Ph.D., Art Critic

“The audience was spellbound for the entire performance…Ted’s ability to convey van Gogh’s

exceptional life, skill and passion was astounding…highly recommended.”

— Louise Murphy, Director, South Burlington, VT Library

“An unforgettable portrait of the life of Vincent van Gogh.  One man later confided that he was moved to


—  Kathleen Emmons, Adult Programs,  Springfield, VT Library

“The Friends of the Case Memorial Library give The Postman the highest possible recommendation.”

— Nancy Nyhan, Program Chair

“The Postman offers the best of live theater: a revealing window into the soul of a great artist.”

 —  Nancy Hayes Clune, Assistant Director, Thayer Memorial Library

“Profound, spellbinding, unforgettable.”   

— Susan Smart, Curator, 1853 Homer House - Where Winslow Homer’s story begins

“In your mind’s eye you will see familiar van Gogh masterpieces, smell the lavender of Provence, and  

hear the gritty voice of the artist himself—all thanks to the extraordinary performance of Ted Zalewski.”

— Holly Michaud, Mayflower Place

     applause for  The Postman!

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