Reviews

 

Justin Adams plays Don Juan as a comic embodiment of everyone’s awful ex: a beguiling, strutting, sneering bad boy whose capering heart reliably turns to stone the morning after.            —  The New York Times

 

(Justin Adams, Proteus)… performed with gusto.   The New York Times

 

Justin Adams delivers the evening’s most memorable performance as the politically-inclined stranger.Nytheatre.com

 

Justin Adams is impressive as the young King Edward IV.     —  Nytheatre.com

 

 (As Mercurio) Adams displays greater intelligence and humor than you often see and an unexpected delicacy.  —indyweek.com

 

finds nuance and a character-driven integrity that reaches well past the obvious to something, dare I say it, teetering on perfection.   —readingeagle.com 

 

Adams has the charm and guile to play Starbuck.  (And) he plays him with an unexpected reserve of sincerity and insight.Valley News

 

Justin Adams was an excellent Nicholas Nickleby, portraying all of the character’s emotions perfectly.    — The Daily Tar Heel

 

He has the perfect look for the hero of a story such as this… and the delicacy of expression, both verbal and physical, to draw us to his upright example…  Classical Voice of North Carolina

 

Adams is a marvelous Mozart  – Herald of Randolph

 

Justin Adams creates a boyish, charming, impulsive and high-energy Hamlet… You don’t want the play to end. The Bethlehem Press

 

Justin Adams is a riveting presence as the young, impetuous Prince Hamlet   – The Morning Call

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