The Theory of Relativity is a new chamber musical by Neil Bartram and Brian Hill that explores the notion that all people are intricately interconnected; that our personal journeys can have profound effects on those with whom we come into contact, from our intimate partners to complete strangers. Through songs and monologues, eight performers create an array of characters whose lives intersect as they explore the unfolding mysteries and adventures in their lives.
Apples and Oranges… is pretty much worth the admission fee thanks to LeClair and Curtis Brown.
~Ian Foster, There Ought To Be Clowns
I was pleased to see Joshua LeClair, who impressed as Arpad in She Loves Me back in February. [H]e performs the hell out of it, crowbarring every nugget of emotion and personality he can.
~London City Nights
Joshua LeClair’s humorous and warm rendition of ‘Apples and Oranges’ was the highlight of the show.
~Breeze Barrington, LondonTheatre1
Joshua LeClair has two lovely songs “Footprint” and “Apples and Oranges” which he delivers with sensitivity, wit and charm.
~Derek Benfield, UK Theatre Web
And there’s a sweet duet between the two Canadian members of the cast who took part in the original production, Joshua LeClair (so good recently in She Loves Me at the Landor) and Curtis Brown, who play gay men drawn to each other because of their love of oranges and hatred of apples! …LeClair also does really well with the reflective ‘Footprints’ and is a name to watch out for.
~Jeremy Chapman, Musical Theatre Review
My favourite moments include… Apples & Oranges, led by Joshua LeClair.
~Ruthie Luff, West End Wilma