THE Japanese theater has the felicitous custom of nominating people as "Living National Treasures." He isn't Japanese, but Robert Goulet should certainly be named a Living National Treasure of our theater. His gorgeous voice seems untouched by time, and his dapper presence fills the stage.”
Clive Barnes
La Cage aux Folles (Broadway 2005) 

When the dapper, well-dressed gentleman with the trademark mustache walks onstage at the Marquis Theatre, you can actually feel the wave of audience affection. That's because the actor in question, Robert Goulet, is a beloved Broadway and music veteran whose appearances on the Great White Way have become all too rare. Now playing the role of Georges, the straighter half of the gay couple in the Jerry Herman musical "La Cage Aux Folles," he infuses his performance with his trademark charm and iconic presence. Goulet well demonstrates that he still possesses a vivid leading-man presence.
Frank Scheck (2005)

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