Quotes From Reviews
Di Goldene Kale (Folsbiene Yiddish Theatre)
Lovely contributions from Bob Ader as Uncle Benjamin. (David Barbour, LSA)
Rebold , Fishman, Ader, and Regina Gibson all contribute wonderful performances. (Harry Forbes, Forbes on Film & Footlights)
Ader plays the successful and entrpreneurial uncle Benjamin with discretion and hits the spot in doing so, ( Mateus Ciucci Ferreira, Theatre Is Easy)
EXQUISITE POTENTIAL (Project Rushmore Theatre Company, NYC)
Bob Ader plays the role of the much older Rabbi with a wonderful wryness. (Stage Buddy, NYC)
LAUGHTER ON THE 23rd FLOOR (Flat Rock Playhouse)
The other actor with writing credits, Bob Ader, is also convincing in his role as Val, the lead writer of the team — his multi-layered character is one minute calm, the other frenzied.
By Katie Winkler - Times - News Correspondent - April 4, 2014
THE GOLDEN LAND (Folksbiene Theatre, Baruch Performing Arts Center
Broadway veterans Bob Ader (comically brilliant) and the golden - voiced Sandy Rosenberg ground the outstanding cast of six -
Jon Sobel - BC Blog Critics
"The Golden Land is performed by a superb cast of six singer/dancer/actors, Bob Ader, Cooper Grodin, Stacey Harris, Andrew Keltz, Daniella Rabbani, Sandy Rosenberg, and backed up by a 7-piece klezmer band conducted by Mlotek." - Paulanne Simmons - The Examiner
Sandi Durell of The Examiner writes - "The cast is a lively group of Yiddish Theatre actors including Bob Ader, Cooper Grodin, Stacey Harris, Andrew Keltz, Daniella Rabbani and Sandy Rosenberg - each outstanding."
The Amazing Goldin (at The Northeast Theatre, Scranton, Pa.)
Born in Eastern Europe as Hyman Goldstein, the real Horace Goldin suffered from a speech impediment on top of the language barrier after moving to Tennessee as a teen. The musical makes much of his mysterious and brooding silence even while some of its most intriguing moments result from a powerful performance by Bob Ader.
Alicia Grega -Pikul - Electric City/ Diamond City
Bob Ader transforms himself into the magician and person known as the Amazing Golden and his performance is "amazing". It is with emotion and passion that he performs, mesmerizing the audience with his story as he sings it, tells it, and lives it as though he actually were The Amazing Golden himself.
Harold Says -Online Reviewer
RAINBOW (at the American Theatre Wash. DC)
Robert Ader’s Secretary of State is deliciously special.
Richard L. Coe, Washington Post
The Tin Pan Alley Rag (Cleveland Playhouse)
The supporting ensemble sports several other fine performances, particularly Bob Ader as Berlin’s all-business Tin Pan Alley partner
Tony Brown - Cleveland Plain Dealer
Bob Ader plays Berlin’s partner with a wonderful sense of urgency.
Dr. Roy Berko - American Theatre Critics Assoc.
Bob Ader does a rousing “When That Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam"
James Damico - Cleveland Free Press
Bob Ader is dynamite as Irving Berlin’s glib, smart-mouthed publishing partner, Teddy Snyder. His nimble-footed tap dance in the group number “When That Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam” is one of the choreographic show-stoppers of the evening.
Fran Heller - Cleveland Jewish Press
OLYMPUS ON MY MIND - Florida Studio Theatre
Ader nearly steals the show with his over the top Borscht Belt delivery as the put upon, long suffering servant.
Marty Fugate - The Longboat Observer
Bob Ader had his Groucho Marx shtick down pat and delivered his patter songs neatly.
Jack Edelman -The Herald
DAMES AT SEA - Muhlenberg Theatre
Bob Ader is especially wonderful as the no-nonsense Hennessy and later as the infatuated Captain.
Myra Yellin - Allentown Morning Call
ANYTHING GOES - Reagle Players
Bob Ader’s Whitney is superlative.
G. L. Horton - Aisle Say - Boston
A Day In Hollywood, A Night In The Ukraine - Phoenix Theatre
Bob Ader made the musical tribute to the Hollywood songwriter Richard Whiting a moment to remember. Ader made the late composer come to life.
North County News
The Nerd - Phoenix Theatre
Bob Ader is amusing as the pompous husband.
Jacques le Sourd - Gannett Suburban Newspapers
Over The River And Through The Woods - The Northeast Theatre
Nick’s other Grandfather, Nunzio Cristano (Bob Ader) is an easy going storyteller secretly struggling with a fatal cancer diagnosis.
Alicia Grega-Pikul - Eclect