The Pajama Game

Arena Stage

Fall 2017

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One of Paul's strengths has been casting leads in musicals, and his Sid (Tim Rogan) and Babe (Britney Coleman) are strong-voiced and more than fetching. You can see why the lithe Coleman and the piped Rogan would catch each other's eyes

Nelson Pressley, The Washington Post

Tim Rogan, as Sid Sorokin, is the perfect vocal and acting match for Coleman. His rendition of "A New Town is a Blue Town" is a definite highlight of the evening. Additionally, when you see him stand up to Gero's Hasler late in the show, it is truly inspiring.

Elliot Lanes, BroadwayWorld (Washington, DC)

With his chiseled good looks and big booming voice, Tim Rogan makes for a dreamy leading man as Sid. It’s no surprise the actor and Catholic University grad starred as Gaston in Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” national tour. He’s perfectly coupled with the radiant Britney Coleman, who brings a warmth and feistiness to her role as Babe. Their scenes together are sweet and sexy whether they’re gushing over each other in the country-tinged “There Once Was a Man” (which had me grinning ear to ear) or turning up the heat in the Williams’ family kitchen.

Gail Choochan, Fredericksburg Patch

Rogan and Coleman sizzle on stage together. Rogan’s so dashing and square-jawed, it’s almost laughable (it will surprise no one that the actor’s credits include Gaston from Beauty and the Beast), with a voice straight out of a Golden-age musicals cast recording.

Missy Frederick, DC Theatre Scene

In any decade, Sid [Rogan] is quite an eyeful. You can sense his muscular physique beneath his crisp shirt, tie and dress slacks. He has flashing eyes, a chiseled jaw and creates instant rapport with the workers. Then, he opens his mouth to sing “A New Town is a Blue Town.” Folks, he has a rich, knockout voice filled with emotion.

Wendi Winters, DC Metro Theatre Arts

Rogan, possessed of greater assets than just a chiseled physique, has earned healthy rounds of applause from the Arena Stage audience, for his winning, wonderfully sung turn as lovestruck factory superintendent Sid Sorokin.

Andre Hereford, Metro Weekly

The lead couple are effervescent. Rogan’s vocals are simply stupendous, outshone only by his jaw dropping physique, showcased in his shirtless finale.

Kerry Reichs, K Street Magazine

The leads, Britney Coleman as Babe Williams and Tim Rogan as love interest Sid Sorokin, are perfectly cast. Their voices are strong and they dance very well.

Susan Davidson, CurtainUp

’The Pajama Game’ is a romance between two employees at an Iowa pajama factory, played with measured grace by Britney Coleman as Babe with the lovely Tim Rogan as Sid Sorokin. Their courtship is fast and passionate, and the duets are emotional, particularly “There Once Were a Man” — an unexpected hoedown song. (There’s never enough of those.)

Lisa Chiu, CGTN America

Tim Rogan is terrific as Sid: he’s drop-dead handsome and has a big voice that fills the hall.

Amy Henderson, Artes Magazine

Rogan and Coleman have wonderful chemistry together and watching them break down each other’s defenses is endearing. Their duet, “There Once Was a Man” is smoldering with sexual energy.

Ryan Leeds, Manhattan Digest

The chiseled Rogan and leggy Coleman are both stunning to watch, strong dancers, actors, and singers.

Rachel Breitman, EDGE (Washington, DC)

DC-born heartthrob Tim Rogan (in the role of Sid Sorokin). The latter delivers the classic ballad ‘Hey There’ in spectacular style.

Patrick Honore, Musical Theatre Review

Tim Rogan as Sid Sorokin had a rich and strong singing voice.

Liz Ruth-Brinegar, MD Theatre Guide

Tim Rogan, a matinee idol-caliber, leading man if ever there was one

Jordan Wright, Whisk & Quill

The Pajama Game Trailer

The Pajama Game Short Trailer

Rehearsal Sneak Peek

“Hey There”

Washington Post Interview

NBC4 Washington Interview

BroadwayWorld Interview

Washington Life Magazine Photoshoot

Avenel Living Article

Washington Post Article

BroadwayWorld Trailer Release

BroadwayWorld Opening Night Photos

BroadwayWorld Photo Flash Meet the Cast

Playbill Cast Announcement

BroadwayWorld Cast Announcement