RAGTIME National Tour - Phoenix Entertainment
"...outstanding performances are also exhibited by...Todd Berkich as finaincier J.P. Morgan." -Cary Ginell, BWW Thousand Oaks, March 25, 2016-

DAMN YANKEES - Forestburgh Playhouse
"...seems to channel Tom Hanks' Manager, Jimmy Dugan from "A League Of Their Own." & "...'Heart' is one of the best numbers in the show." -Lori Schneider, Catskill Chronicle, June 17, 2015-
"A solid performance is also turned in by Todd Berkich as team manager Van Buren." & ."...'Heart' is a beautifully harmonized tribute to what counts most in the game and in life." -Carol Montana, Times Herald-Record, June 23, 2015-

GUYS & DOLLS National Tour - Big League Theatricals
"...as Nicely Nicely Johnson employs a funny high voice to help his character stand out from the other gangsters and fulfills the most famous song, Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat, with a sense of glee." AND "...rendition of the title song is one of the highlights of this show." -Tedrin Blair Lindsay, Lexington Herald-Leader, Saturday, January 24, 2015-
"...got everyone swaying with his terrific singing of “Sit Down You’re Rockin’ the Boat...” -James Bash, Northwest Reverb, Friday, March 13, 2015-
"...stands out as Nicely Nicely Johnson, who leads the shows most fun number, "Sitdown You're Rockin' The Boat"." -Holly Quinn, The News Journal, May 14, 2015-
"Showstopper number, "Sitdown You're Rockin' The Boat," performed by a deceptively nimble Todd Berkich whose voice gives the song a little extra zip, has been restaged to nice effect." -Stephanie Caltagirone, Reading Eagle, May 19, 2015-

LOMBARDI – Ocean State Theatre Company
“Berkich is gruff and friendly in the role, making the most out of his party character and yet making him down to earth and serious as well.” -Richard Pacheco, The Theatre Mirror, Saturday, November 9, 2013-

KISS ME, KATE! – Gretna Theatre
“Other standouts include Todd Berkich and Bobby Underwood as the gangsters...”-David N. Dunkle, PennLive, Friday, July 12, 2013-

WHITE CHRISTMAS – Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre
“A scene-stealer is handyman Ezekiel Foster, played with superb comic timing by Todd Berkich. His laconic stereotype of New England terseness earns him much deserved applause.” -Glenne White, The Winchester Star, July 24, 2010