LAWEEKLY: "Scored to Depression-era wunderkind Django Reinhardt's nimble banjo-picking, Sean Hamrin and Cobe Gordon's silent slip of a stage play about a pair of dueling capitalists is content to celebrate its nostalgic influences, right down to Hamrin's cock-kneed Chaplin strut and the antiquated cartons of popcorn offered as concessions. With no credited director the duo blur all lines between the era in question and ours; what's presented is a smartly choreographed and entirely winsome trifle. While the horseplay culminates in 40 minutes with a fable about teamwork, the real message in this candy bar of a show is that smooth physical comedy never goes stale."
THE TOLUCAN TIMES: "A loving homage to classic films of the 1910s-1920s, 'The Salesmen' possesses high energy, charm and excellent acting. Consistently entertaining, the funny show is the cat's meow. Gordon and Hamrin possess excellent chemistry and great timing, mirroring each other in a variety of actions in rhythm with bouncing music. A playful, loving salute to the heyday of silent movies, 'The Salesmen' shines with originality and ingenuity."
Performed at the ART WORKS THEATER during August of 2005