Mary Poppins

“You know you’re in good hands right off when tall, lanky Patrick Beasley strolls on as chimney sweep Bert. His mischievous grin and strong baritone voice draw us in repeatedly as Bert plays the role of musical narrator, stitching scenes together as he flirts with Mary”


-Bob Fischbach, Omaha World Hearald 


Patrick Beasley (Bert) rides in on a relic of a bicycle, singing with a charming, pleasing lilt. His British accent is believable… My 12-year old companion told me that Patrick was her favorite, so he's a most


-Christine Swerczek, BroadwayWorld


“The performances reach their apogee, appropriately, in an excitingly memorable roof-top song “Step in Time,” during Act II wherein chimney sweeps are bouncing, tapping, soaring and stomping. Gifted Patrick Beasley is there too as Bert, the main sweep, strutting his stuff with all the non-stop charm and élan he displays throughout the two hours and forty minutes it takes to wrap up this welcome package.”


-Gordon Spencer, The Reader


“The show is narrated a bit by Bert, a chimney sweep. Patrick Beasley shines as Bert. He does a great British accent and is realistic in the role. He reminded me of Dick Van Dyke’s character in the Disney movie version.”


  • Voted "#2 Best of Theatre in Omaha 2015"-Omaha World Hearald

  • 2015 Nominee "Best Actor in a Musical"-Omaha Entertainment Awards 

La Cage aux Folles

Patrick Beasley makes his Cape Rep debut in the role of Jean Michel....Both he and Lindsey Erin Agnes as Anne make a beautiful couple.....His character is exuberant in professing his love for Anne, but....When this family no longer serves its purpose, even if for the intentions of a single night, his character becomes one of many that needs to learn a lesson or two, and watching Beasley play his cards as both an infatuated youth and a rather manipulative and headstrong man who wants nothing to ruin this one evening is wonderful.”


-Kristen Morale, BroadwayWorld


"Patrick Beasley and Lindsay Erin Agnes as Jean-Michel and Anne are perfectly cast. The dance sequence between the two where Anne is revealed highlighted the choreography skills of Todd L. Underwood, not that we needed to be reminded."


-Amy Tagliaferri, Chatham Cape Cod Chronicle 


"Cape Rep has enlisted a cast of polished and practiced performers who don’t disappoint for one moment. The strong front line of vocals by stars Richard Jay Sullivan (Georges) and Jared Hagan (Albin/Zaza) and the fine light tenor of Patrick Beasley (Jean-Michel).."


-Barbara Clark, Barnstable Patriot


Beasley's role is truly challenging...however, does his very best to push beyond the mask(s) with his lush, interpretive baritone voice.”


-Jeff Ashcraft, River Cities Reader


“With a focused, intensely passionate performance by Patrick Beasley in the title role, Maury Yeston's yearning, mesmerizing "Phantom" has the melodrama and overflowing feeling that makes the tragic story truly operatic.”


-Jonathan Turner, Dispatch Argus Quad Cities

Wouldn't It Be Loverly

Patrick Beasley, Sara Sommerer, and Ashley Yvonne Wheat are magnificent taking up several roles and vocals. Each gave powerful performances displaying their acting ability along with fantastic vocal talents. Beasley in his Musical Theater Heritage debut was particularly brilliant with his use of an accent for excerpts from BRIGADOON"


-Steve Wilson, BroadwayWorld


“And the age of Lerner and Loewe was the age of the Italian Baritone fulfilled ably by relative Kansas City newcomer Patrick Beasley. Patrick’s clear tenor soars up to the top end in difficult Brigadoon singing roles of Charley Dalrymple (his several songs) and Tommy Albright with “Almost Like Being in Love.” 


-Alan Portner,


Patrick Beasley’s reedy tenor was joyful and wild in “I’ll Go Home With Bonnie Jean” and painfully tender in “On the Street Where You Live.” 


-Karen Hauge, 


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