As Og the Leprechaun in Finian’s Rainbow
“So, it remained to be seen whether or not a more or less intact, no-holds-barred, narrator-less presentation of the show would fly, so we should all be thankful that such a production is now on stage at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia. This is probably as close to an authentic Finian's Rainbow as those of us who are too young to have seen the original are likely to witness in our lifetimes. The fact that it's a first-class production helps make a strong case for the material. Christopher Sutton, whom I loved in the title role of The Flight of the Lawnchair Man at Goodspeed this summer, steals the show as the leprechaun Og.”
Michael Portantiere -TheaterMania
"Christopher Sutton does a tremendous job as the leprechaun, Og, who has followed Finian to retake his pot of gold. Meantime, however, he is prancing around a-la-Fred Astaire and chasing females."
Frank Rapp -AllAroundPhilly.com
"The Walnut Street Theatre's terrific production of "Finian's Rainbow" features a stupendous cast led by Ian Clark, Jennifer Hope Wills and Christopher Sutton as Og, the leprechaun who is gradually becoming mortal. The company is first rate from top to bottom."
Clark Groome -The Reading Eagle
"And when the pot's owner, Og the leprechaun (Christopher Sutton, who, to his credit, finds the right balance transforming what could have been a vaudeville turn into, well, gold) materializes in 'Missitucky', much merriment ensues."
Kevin Riordan -Courier Post