If JFK Survived Dallas

Audience Testimonials

“What a great performance. I enjoyed the show. Brought back some history I hadn’t thought about in years. You did a great job!” — D.T., attended performance in Stokes County, North Carolina 

“Enjoyed the show…!” — S.S., attended performance in Stokes County, North Carolina

“Excellent show!” — E.R., attended performance in Stokes County, North Carolina

“A very interesting show. We enjoyed it very much” — K.G., attended performance in Stokes County, North Carolina

“An incredible program […] We received great feedback and the group thoroughly enjoyed his top-notch outstanding performance. I am so glad he was able to share this play with us. It has been one of the highlights of our summer series.”–C.B., attended performance in suburban Philadelphia

“You really brought to life that whole era – it was a fun reminiscing an important part our our history as well as speculating on the “what if…” part.”–S.G., attended performance at Conestoga High School

“Wonderful performance!  Very interesting about JFK’s life and also the “what might have been!”–K.M., attended performance at Conestoga High School

“We were absolutely enamored with your performance and skills.”–M.L., attended performance at Conestoga High School

“Dennis, I’m in awe of your talent and the incredible amount of research that went into your play. Many, many thanks for sharing this with the community.”–M.B., attended performance at Conestoga High School

“BRAVO and WELL DONE!”–A.C., attended performance at Conestoga High School

“Dennis was perfect; body language, voice, everything.”–P.L., attended performance at Conestoga High School

“The play was a great hit with our audience and was a wonderful opportunity for us to have this presentation as our spring fund-raiser. The play is very well researched and, for many of us who lived during Kennedy’s years in the White House, a strong reminder of how dynamic the man and his family were and how those times seemed to have such promise for the nation. For the younger members of the audience, it was an excellent history lesson. The second half of the play, portraying what Kennedy’s second term and later life might have been, was both creative and wistful as many of us would have loved to see it happen.”–K.S., attended performance in Sackets Harbor, NY

“‘What if’ history always comes with risks but the play does it terrifically well. Your performance was the talk of Dunganstown and later.”–N.W., attended performance in New Ross, Ireland

“My wife and I really enjoyed your performance last night. You had Kennedy’s accent spot on and the material was excellent. Brought back a lot of memories too.”–P.G., attended performance at Villanova University

“Very, very impressive. Beautifully done.” —S.R., attended performance at Villanova University

“Just wanted to say “WOW” — you were fantastic! Your accent and mannerisms were amazing — and amazingly accurate. It was truly impressive!” — L.B., attended performance at Villanova University

“I thoroughly enjoyed the writing and your performance. It brought back so many memories and your perspective was quite interesting. You should be very proud of the work.” — R.K., attended performance at Villanova University

“That was a great play, Dennis. My wife and I really enjoyed your presentation of the one-man JFK possibility. Both of us have just finished reading Chris Matthews’ book, ‘Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero’, so we were in the mood for your excellent presentation! — J.T., attended performance at Villanova University

“I thoroughly enjoyed your show! The research you put into the narrative was impressive, and the speculations were thought-provoking […] loved your accent too. I wonder if years of lobstah and chowdah on the Vineyahd were instrumental in developing your fluent Boston-ese!” — I.W., attended performance at Villanova University