"Brings buoyant flair"

Whether he’s leaping, catlike, from library reading table to check-out counter in a delightfully acrobatic rendition of the ‘Marian the Librarian’ number, or leading an imaginary brass band in a high-stepping rendition of the show’s anthemic rouser, ‘76 Trombones,’ Racey brings buoyant flair to a part that fits him like the sharply tailored suits that Harold sports — even if it’s rarely played by dancers who can act.
The Seattle Times