"Satow also excels at creating a character that everyone can root for. His earnest and star-struck portrayal of Max is so endearing that you truly feel for him when the world of the play comes crashing down around him. Both Breitbarth and Satow create such a sweet and honest on-stage friendship that you become immediately invested in their story. It’s this genuine relationship engineered by great acting and solid direction that sets the tone for the show."
- Justin Cowan, BroadwayWorld
"Mr. Satow is perfect as a young Max: endearing, awkward, and anxious to please, the classic Neil Simon/Woody Allen young man."
- Nancy Stetson, Florida Weekly
Deliciously timid assistant Max (Michael Satow) gives real heart and genuine charm to his harried character. His horrified, terrified, amazed and terrorized expressions make the play. He also proves it possible to lift (and move) a bottle of chianti using just a pair of lips (his) in the play's rowdiest, bring-down-the-house scene."