Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
The girth of Luke Meierdiercks’ (Adam/Felicia) talent tool belt is preposterous; what a clutch full of finery!
What ignites the trio of drag queens is cyclone Luke Meierdiercks’ performance as the hunky and mischievous in a tour de force performance. With a body by god, the stamina of a race horse and the intensity of a dentist drilling...Mr. Meierdiercks is the spark and the glue holding the three together and possesses star quality. He is the triple threat and dazzles in this role.
The most convincing performance was from Luke Meierdiercks...both charismatic and thoroughly prepared...
The Boys Upstairs
The best performance of the evening comes from Luke Meierdiercks...playing no less than six distinct characters. He accomplishes this smoothly, with confidence and ease. Not only is Mr. Meierdiercks talented and versatile, he’s hilarious, as well as a stone hunk.
Chicago Theatre & Concert Reviews
The side-splitting, rib-tickling, doubled over, raucous laughter, highlight of Act 2 if not the entire show.
Times Square Chronicles
Stealing the show with Broadway lover Gabriel, also known as Gabie. The musical references keep coming until the audience can't help but laugh. 'The twink of Glee' is worth the price of admission.
Windy City Times
Story of a Story: The Untold Story
Luke Meierdiercks plays a doomed soldier and an imprisoned Shakespeare with an extraordinary amount of versatility.
Luke Meierdiercks leaves the audience with sore stomachs through a variety of characters...in a stunningly original and surprisingly sexual performance...
The Boy From Oz
Meierdiercks (who also understudies the role of Peter) is fantastic and sweet as Peter's partner Greg...
Chicago Theater Beat
...in supporting roles, are fun, musically adept, and nuanced in their acting enough to hold their own against the more famous figures.
Meierdiercks (who has great dimples)...play these parts with honesty and aplomb.
Hyde Park Herald