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  A Prayer for Owen Meany  by Simon Bent (as Dan Needham)

A Prayer for Owen Meany by Simon Bent (as Dan Needham)

  Tis Pity She's a Whore  by John Ford (as Bergetto)

Tis Pity She's a Whore by John Ford (as Bergetto)

Adam Beauchesne is wonderfully understated as Tabitha’s husband-to-be, giving one of the most touching moments of the play as he is introduced to his young step-son.
— Mark Robins, Vancouver Presents
...what a delightful character Adam Beauchesne creates of the naïve but hyper Bergetto. Delighted and shocked by his lust, he is pampered and petulant but in such an openhearted way that you forgive him his spoiled behavior.
— David C. Jones, OutTV
  Frost/Nixon  by Peter Morgan (as Jim Reston)

Frost/Nixon by Peter Morgan (as Jim Reston)

  Unsex'd  by Jay Whitehead and Daniel Judes (as Humphrey Hughes)

Unsex'd by Jay Whitehead and Daniel Judes (as Humphrey Hughes)

  Welcome to Thebes  by Moira Buffini (as Haemon)

Welcome to Thebes by Moira Buffini (as Haemon)

  Arcadia  by Tom Stoppard (as Septimus Hodge)

Arcadia by Tom Stoppard (as Septimus Hodge)

  The BFG  by Roald Dahl (as the Big Friendly Giant)

The BFG by Roald Dahl (as the Big Friendly Giant)

  Age of Arousal  by Linda Griffiths (as Everard Barfoot)

Age of Arousal by Linda Griffiths (as Everard Barfoot)

 Angels in America by Tony Kushner (as Prior Walters)

Angels in America by Tony Kushner (as Prior Walters)

 Into the Woods by Stephen Sondheim (as Narrator/Mysterious Man)

Into the Woods by Stephen Sondheim (as Narrator/Mysterious Man)

 Moliere by Sabina Berman (as Racine)

Moliere by Sabina Berman (as Racine)

 Moliere by Sabina Berman (as Racine)

Moliere by Sabina Berman (as Racine)

Special mention to...Adam Beauchesne as the utterly adorable fool Bergetto.
— Helen Martin, Vancouver Vantage
Very fine work here by young Beauchesne, arguably (as Reston) the most committed to nailing Nixon.
— Jo Ledingham, VanCourier
An always appealing performer on stage, he really gets show off his range in a heightened stylized but grounded in reality performance. To see him go from wide eyed wonderment to sharp eyed cruelty is a lesson in character arc.
— David C. Jones, OutTV
...Adam Beauchesne’s seemingly simple ‘loaf boy’ proves to be anything other than pathetically puerile and Beauchesne does very well to unveil this facade progressively throughout the production, gracefully depicted through his physicality as well as emotional manner.
— Dublin Gay Theatre Festival
Beauchesne takes Humphrey from a star struck innocent to a hesitant superstar who still feels a twinge of gratitude for his mentor.
— Louis Hobson, Calgary Sun
Adam Beauchesne is completely charming…
— Elizabeth Paterson, Review Vancouver
On the receiving end of this nasty exchange, Adam Beauchesne as the boyfriend Greg shows his strengths early, settling easily into Labute’s ability for realistic dialogue…
— Mark Robins, Gay Vancouver
Adam Beauchesne earned the standing ovation he received for his flawless performance.
— The Lethbridge Herald, on Confessions of a Paperboy
Adam Beauchesne manages the dual roles of her father and the Big Friendly Giant with equal grace, and doesn’t allow one syllable of his hilarious Wigglish to escape the ears of his audience.
— Brian Tyson, The Lethbridge Herald
Mention must also be made of the urbane wit with which Adam Beauchesne plays the narrator.
— Brian Tyson, The Lethbridge Herald
Adam Beauchesne is wonderfully cast as Everard Barfoot... Beauchesne is so easy going and self-possessed that he charms not only the women in the play but the entire audience as well. He captures every nuance of meaning from the script.
— Brian Tyson, The Lethbridge Herald
Her tutor, Septimus Hodge, is played by veteran Adam Beauchesne, with charm, urbanity and wit, as befits a friend of Lord Byron, whose amorous propensities he also displays. Yet Beauchesne also plays him as the perfect tutor for the young lady of the house: gracious and respectful towards his young charge, while bohemian enough to maintain her interest.
— Brian Tyson, The Lethbridge Herald
Adam Beauchesne, whose role is also demanding, gives most believable life to Prior Walter in all his moods, from wonder to deep grief, expressing bodily pain and mental anguish.
— Brian Tyson, The Lethbridge Herald