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All credit to Sloan for rising in emotional majesty at the play’s conclusion.
— L.A. Times, Charles McNulty
John Sloan finely represents his generation of stage-worthy actors . . . By the time Sloan stalks the room to close the first act, the menace gently simmers.
— Backstage, Dany Margolies
The winning Mr. Sloan.
— NY Times, Peter Marks
Sloan excels.
— LA Times, Charlotte Stoudt
The irresistible John Sloan
— LA Weekly, Lavon Rucker
John Sloan’s Tom Stone has a magnetic aura about him.
— The Hollywood Reporter, Laurence Vittes
But the most surprising accomplishment belongs to Sloan in a hilarious and complicated performance. Mairtin, a fallen choirboy obsessed with American culture, is brilliantly brought to life by Sloan in a nonstop display of physical and verbal comedy.
— The Denver Post, John Moore