Standby Coby Getzug was endearing as Elder Cunningham, giving a convincingly nerdy air to the friendless second banana, a designated follower with an over-active imagination.
[I]t’s all held together by a relatable performance by Getzug, who uses a strong voice and crackerjack comic timing to make Chris more likable and sympathetic.
Coby Getzug, winningly touching in a fully iconic topiarylike hairdo...
Getzug in the role gives the best portrayal of self-destructive teen angst in the show.
Getzug exudes a likeability factor that makes it easy to see just why he stood out among the crowd.
Getzug’s Moritz is a study in panic and fear, his face constantly contorted in confusion and anger, making his suicide inevitable.
As we’ve already seen the massacred condition of Wee Thomas, carried into Donny’s cottage by Davey (a sprightly Coby Getzug), the long-haired simpleton brother of Mairead, who denies having run over the animal with his bicycle, we can imagine the extent of Padraic’s rampaging fury.
Séan G. Griffin and Coby Getzug share some wonderful comic moments as mean-hearted Donny and hapless Davy.
Getzug and Griffin are superb as the bungling fools hoping to avoid Padraic’s wrath.