as Noel Coward with Margaret Norwood
in The Duchess aka Wallis Simpson
Personal Space Theatrics NYC 2003

"...this production is a treat.  Like a debonair ticket-seller for a freak show, Edward Prostak is terrific as Noel Coward...the play is quick and lively and this cast keeps up the pace."
Denise Mecionis 
Back Stage Online

as Mr. Osso with Joe Danbusky, Ashton Crosby and David Bodenschatz
in The President
The Storm Theatre NYC 2012

"'s impossible not to be impressed...Carter, Fogleman and Prostak shine in smaller parts."
Ken Jaworowski 
The New York Times

"The President is the most fun I've had in the theatre in a long time...with a panoply of eccentric characters...standouts include Edward Prostak as a doctor with principles (he won't fake a patient's temperature above 102.1 degrees.)"
Martin Denton

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photo: Jonathan Charles Fox

as Fagin

in Oliver!
Arizona Broadway Theatre 2017

"Fagin (Edward Prostak) is less sinister than comical, a wily scoundrel and master pocket picker, who is far more endearing than any child exploiter should be. Prostak, however, is undeniably charming and alluring, with his serpentine pointer finger carving out his place on the stage and, at his endgame, wowing the audience with Reviewing the Situation."
Herbert Paine, Broadway World (Arizona)

as Col. Barrington 
in Ross 

The Storm Theatre NYC 2006

"as a character study, Ross is dazzlingly potent and devastating...especially memorable is Edward Prostak as the by-the-book Colonel Barrington, who is Lawrence's nemesis."
Martin Denton

as  Freddy with Valerie Fagan
in My Fair Lady
Carousel Dinner Theatre 1994

"Songs such as 'On the Street Where You Live', performed to perfection by Carousel newcomer Edward Prostak...are emotional highlights."
Edward E. Ogden 
The Repository, Canton OH

as Capt. of the Rachel 
in Moby Dick 
Bristol Riverside Theatre 1991

"Particularly effective is a duet he (Gulledge) sings with Edward Prostak.  The poignant song is movingly sung and hauntingly staged..."
Douglas J. Keating
The Philadelphia Inquirer

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as Sen. Tad Reverent with Laura O'Brien
in Rising Up: The Story of the Zombie Rights Movement 
"Best Director Short Film" Ms. O'Brien 
Boston Film Festival 2010

as Poole 
in Jekyll & Hyde
Sacramento Music Circus 2007

"... a balanced, talented group of singers and actors..."
Richard Bammer

as Giuseppe with Andrew MacPhail

in The Gondoliers 
NYGASP Symphony Space 1996

"Edward Prostak and Andrew MacPhail, the gondoliers, were amusing...their duets gave a new meaning to the royal 'we'."
Andrew Tommasini 
The New York Times

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as Pish-Tush 

in The Mikado
NYGASP Symphony Space 2010

"I also liked Edward Prostak's bearing and steady voice as Pish-Tush."
Bernard Holland 
The New York Times

as Scrooge with Mace Archer
in A Christmas Carol
Arizona Broadway Theatre 2009

"The acting is uniformly good and is supported by amazing costume, makeup, and wig design."
Julie Peterson
The Phoenix NewTimes

as Vasilly with Jessica Levesque
in Collaborators 
The Storm Theatre NYC 2016

"Edward Prostak and Jessica Levesque are amusing in their cynicism."
Victor Gluck

"Played with honesty and acidic a top-notch cast..."
Jon Sobel

as Capt. Corcoran  
in H.M.S. Pinafore
NYGASP Tour 2005

"Edward Prostak brings a strong voice and great comic skills to the role of Captain Corcoran."
Chuck Lavazzi, Producer
Arts & Entertainment
KDHX, 88.1 FM

as Bernadette

​in Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

​Forestburgh Playhouse 2019

"Edward Prostak skillfully gave us an appropriate poker face as Bernadette, delivering the best lines in the show with precise comic timing."

Keith Dougherty

"Edward Prostak brings a rich voice and a lovely combination of  strength and vulnerability to the fading diva."

Lori Schneider

​Aisle Seat

"Edward Prostak's matronly frocked transgendered Bernadette plays the comedic and genuine moments with equal clarity."

Bill Moloney

Sullivan County Democrat

​​as Reb Saunders with Davy Raphaely

in The Chosen 

Forestburgh Playhouse 2014

"Heart wrenching, Edward Prostak delivers a magnificent performance; fascinating were (his) c​hants and prayers in Hebrew.  The entire cast is awe-inspiring." 
J.A. Di Bello
The Catskill Chronicle