Heading Infinity's production as Johnny Cash, Hope meets all acting and singing requirements, with the added attraction of good looks and ingratiating charm, and enough insight to avoid imitating Cash while evoking his presence.

Strong in all 18 songs he tackles, Hope is especially powerful in "Five Feet High and Rising," and in "Ring of Fire." He's equally impressive in the rollicking "Jackson" and the notable "I Walk the Line," and is exemplary in other of Cash's signature songs, including "Man in Black," "Folsom Prison Blues" and "If I Were a Carpenter."

"A Boy Named Sue" completes his bravura performance. – Baltimore Sun