​Reviews

Mid-Life! The Crisis Musical at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining in Jacksonville, FL:

"Man 3 (Mark Poppleton) in "My Lost Love", a ballad about a man losing is hair, was also very funny! Poppleton put so much emotion into the number, which made it even funnier for the audience."

by Jordan Higginbotham at Broadway World  Feb. 25, 2019  

Elf at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining in Jacksonville, FL:

"Walter Hobbs, performed by Mark Poppleton, embodied the workaholic father perfectly."

by Jordan Higginbotham at Broadway World Nov. 26, 2018

1776 at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining in Jacksonville, FL:

"Adams' confidants, Benjamin Franklin (Mark Poppleton) ... were also incredible. Poppleton played the voice of reason very well."

by Jordan Higginbotham at Broadway World Nov. 5, 2018

 

Annie at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining in Jacksonville, FL:

"Mark Poppleton gives an appealing performance as Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks...

by Charlie Patton of The Florida Times-Union 7/5/2017

Noises Off! at the Sierra Repertory Theater in Columbia, CA:

"As the harried-but-patient-beyond-compare director, Lloyd Dallas, Mark Poppleton is equal parts omnipotent master of everything and impotent lothario. Dallas has got so many women in the production strung along that by Act III everything unravels. Be ready for Poppleton's strong voice to ring out from the audience during Act I, because that's where the director sits during rehearsals most of the time.

Calaveres-Enterprise 4/25/2017

My Fair Lady at the Sierra Repertory Theater in Sonora, CA:

"In an impressive performance, Mark Poppleton plays Col.Pickering, Higgins' more sympathetic cohort and partner in the experiment."

Union Democrat 3/3/2016

 

 

9 to 5 The Musical at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining in Jacksonville, FL:

"Mr. Hart, their male chauvinist boss, who is portrayed with great physicality and humor by Mark Poppleton."
EU Jacksonville 9/16/2015
 
 
Camelot National Tour 2014/15 at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center in Nashville, TN:

"And Mark Poppleton is terrific as both the mysterious Merlyn and the crusty, but loyal King Pellinore."

The Tennessean 11/05/2014

Sweeney Todd at Musical Theater Heritage in Kansas City, MO:

"The true demon of the story, however, is authoritative Judge Turpin, devilishly portrayed by Mark Poppleton. During his feature “Johanna: Mea Culpa” in the first act, the judge grapples with unspeakably immoral urges for his adopted “daughter.” Poppleton conveys Turpin’s repulsive malevolence with an aptly intense air of pure evil; his performance made my skin crawl (just as it should)."

by Kristin Shafel Omiccioli at KC Metropolis​​

My Fair La​dy at the Alhambra Theatre & Dining in Jacksonville, FL:

"The real star of the show, however, turns out to be Mark Poppleton, who plays Colonel Pickering. His interpretation of the character is the most compelling of the cast. Poppleton's acting is energetic, comedic and great fun to watch."

by Sarah A. Henderson at the Ponte Vedra Recorder

Spring Awakening at The Pantages in Los Angeles, CA:​

"And as the sole adults in the cast, Sarah Kleeman and Mark Poppleton do the hardworking heavies with great aplomb."

by Michael L. Quintos at Los Angeles Broadway World

Spring Awakening at TPAC in Nashville, TN:

"...bearing the brunt of the schoolmaster's (Mark Poppleton, in a superbly nuanced portrayal of all the adult men in the lives of the younger characters) wrath."

by Jeffrey Ellis at Nashville Broadway World