THE REBECCA PLAY:
"His process is “extraordinarily intentional” and powerful in that it provides a way for a community to reveal its soul through storytelling."
The Charleston Post & Courier
THE ABRAHAM PLAY:
"Jon Adam Ross is terrific in the part, ratcheting up his degree of anxiety and ruthlessness until he can take no more, then very convincingly breaking through to see the light beyond the nerve-wracking tunnel in which he's been trapped."
"Jon Adam Ross steals the show as the narrator!" -Theasy.com
"Ross’s delivery...is ebullient. At times, it suggests a professor with a fondness for pot and a contagious enthusiasm!" -Vol1Brooklyn.com
"...the bird itself is given edgy voice and movement by Jon Adam Ross..." -The New York Times
WALKING IN MEMPHIS:
“In this delightful production, Ross places himself in the league of talented storytellers like Billy Crystal and Whoopi Goldberg.” -offoffonline.com
“The barber’s scissors, Grandma Selma’s fruitcake, the “fierce spiritual fervor” of a one-room Southern church — Ross conjures them all, without the pyrotechnics and extravagance that has Broadway looking more and more like Disneyland these days.”
“Memphian Jon Adam Ross draws inspiration for his plays from his religious upbringing.”
-The Memphis Commercial Appeal
“The excitement with which he tells his stories makes you want to jump right in and swim around in his world."’
-Sutton Foster, Broadwayworld.com