"Michael is perfect as the inept and nerdy Seymour, who trips into fame, fortune, murder, love and death before his heroic gesture for the woman he loves."


-Myra Yellin Outwater, The Morning Call

Little Shop Of Horrors review


"Michael Hull seamlessly flits between Princeton puppet — struggling to find his “purpose” — and Rod puppet — struggling to come to terms with his true sexual orientation."


-Ron Cunningham, The Gainesville Sun

Avenue Q review 



"[Michael possesses] ...what it takes vocally and stylistically to make the hour and a half-long show a real treat."


-Diane Speer, The Alpena News

Forever Plaid review


"...three young men (the Furies), all of whom seem talented enough to lead their own cabaret. Michael Hull, Kennedy Kanagawa, and Ryan LaMont are excellent singers and physical actors."


-Ryan Emmons, NYtheatre.com

Fate, Fury & Musical Theatre review

"Hull [is] simply superb...  [His] Seymour is equally sweet and nerdy, played with lots of heart and sung with a powerful voice."


- Steve Siegel, Lehigh Valley Arts and Entertainment

Little Shop Of Horrors review



"Hull's first moments on stage were priceless [...].  He later made a sing song ditty out of the words "remuneration" and a laugh riot routine out of the word "woman."


-Myra Yellin Outwater,

The Morning Call

Love's Labour's Lost review



'' 'Tango Maureen,' a duet by Ceschin and Michael Hull, who plays the sensible Mark, is another standout."


- The Morning Call

RENT Review