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Golden Age

“Singleton brings an intriguing amalgam of dedicated researcher, awed groupie, and overtly commercially motivated author to his persistent pursuit of Isabel’s F. Scott Fitzgerald missing manuscript. His eager, somewhat naïve, yet always with an eye on the prize portrayal is well realized – not unlike the young William Holden’s character in Sunset Boulevard. Singleton, whose theatrical background is most impressive, can proudly add his Nantucket debut to his resume. Neatly realized, than you.”

– Today’s Nantucket

“Paul Singleton creates an entirely believable tom, with a firm display of tom’s enthusiasm and lust for his glorified era of The Lost Generation. As he tries to unravel Isabel’s net and tries to discern her truth, Singleton shows a real confusion and self-doubting.”

– The Inquirer and Mirror

“Singleton makes his ATN debut as tom. His portrayal of the over-enthusiastic writer – who has a genuine love for his favorite author – is thoroughly convincing.”

– Nantucket Map & Legend