Credits & References
ACCOLADES, KUDOS & EXALTATIONS

"Those who caught the Professor's act can tell you that his music and magic are priceless - an Rx for the blues, one might say." Shawnee Journal Herald "

Professor Farquar and Curlie Dimple dazzle their audiences with wit, song, dance and magical minstrel style!" Daily Dunklin Democrat

...a creative composite of history, hype and humor." Des Moines Journal

"Thanks to performers like Farquar, vaudeville is not dead." Sedalia Democrat

"The simplicity of Farquar's presentationn proves that one can perform without the assistance of high-tech lighting effects and amplification, yet still win an audience's favor." Kansas City Star

...a masterful musician, magician and storyteller." Pat Boddy, Iowa Public Television

...a nostalgic return to a past that most of us never knew." The show is truly original and absolutely brilliant!" Wichita Eagle-Beacon

"Farquar may not be on the cutting edge of any musical. trend, but his show is filled with the kind of songs that are too ingrained in American heats to ever go completely out of style." Omaha World-Herald

"Thank you for being not only so talented and professional, but for being so easy to work with. You both have a wonderful rapport with crowds of all ages. It was a joy to see you at work!" Beverly Brock, Arts For All Fesival (Lawton, OK)

"Your act is really unique and exciting! Your performances helped to make Bullwhacker Days '91 the most successful ever held." Mary Griffin, Mahaffie Farmstead State Historic Site (O1_athe, KS)

"Splendid performance! Both the songs and the commentary were all we might have hoped for," Dr. George LaMore, Iowa Wesleyan College "

As always, Professor Farquar and Curlie Dimple were great crowd pleasers. I'm looking forward to working with you again next year." Dianne Larkin, Missouri State Fair

"Several of our regular program attendees said that your show was the best we've ever had. I have to agree. It was such. fun." Jean Hendershot, Mid-Continent Library (Independence, MO)

"Your presentation for teens, Bad Medicine, is an enlighening bit of historical reality. Who knew that drug abuse began so long ago?" Margo Rhine, Bootheel Youth Museum (Malden, MO)