"Musical theatre know-it-alls will not want to miss this!" –Time Out New York
"Truly beautiful performances." –BroadwayWorld
"Artistically compelling...displays the blood, guts, sweat and tears that go into making Broadway shows." –AM New York
"Addictive, insightful, hilarious and deliriously entertaining... The series is sure to become even more high profile in the coming months, and I suspect more Broadway veterans will be eager to take the stage and share their memories and revive their past performances. It's nice to know there's a lot more delirious, geeky musical theater fun in store."
-On Off Broadway
"A musical theatre lover’s dream, If It Only Even Runs A Minute is one of the only places to hear songs from shows (many unrecorded) that ran for “a minute” on Broadway... Tepper and Murphy have a terrific sense of what will be interesting for a general audience. What you don’t know, they tell you, making sure you remember it with their uplifting banter and improvised jokes (I will now never forget who Lenny Wolpe is!) And most importantly, their love for these forgotten shows is infectious; with the help of their homemade slide show, you can’t help but become immediate fans of these lesser-known musicals... But If It Only Even Runs A Minute is about more than just songs you haven’t heard before. The concert truly becomes a one-night only event because many of the performers share a story (or more) about their experiences in these troubled shows... The concert also serves as a powerful reminder of the ephemeral nature of theatre. Indeed, as the title says--theatre only lasts a minute... And unless Tepper and Murphy decide to do a “Best of” night, it is likely this material will never be heard again. The date/time/location of their next concert hasn’t been determined yet, but whenever it is, it will definitely be a memorable evening, yet one that only happens once." –Theatre Is Easy
"Gathering together tidbits of theatre lore, archival photos projected on a screen, up-and-coming young theatre singers, the current crop of Broadway performers—and, notably, original cast members or members of the creative team to sing from the scores and/or offer first-hand recollections—the program is a feast for musical theatre fans." -Talkin Broadway