Punch Shaw, Star-TelegramFULLY COMMITTED:
  "The real show here is Saylor's performance. If you want to see a tour de force..."
  Jan Farrington, TheatreJonesFULLY COMMITTED:
  "...as Sam...the New York-based Saylor gets into a physical and vocal rhythm that’s hyperkinetic     and hilarious. Saylor finds space...to give us a glimpse of the real Sam..."
​  Nancy Churnin, Dallas Morning NewsFULLY COMMITTED:
  "...an opportunity for Saylor to dazzle us with his ability to segue swiftly and seamlessly           among dozens of parts..."

  Zander Opper, TalkinBroadwayTHE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE:
  "Russell Saylor is simply sensational in this part. Looking dynamite and performing the drag         numbers flawlessly, Saylor allows Miss Tracy Mills to be a mentor of sorts...and the results are     exhilarating and touching. Saylor is stunning throughout, but the real bonus of his performance is   that he brings a great deal of heart to the show, as well as more than a bit of levity.”
​  Karen Isaacs, BerkshireFineArtsTHE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE:
  "Russell Saylor is a gem blending compassion, realism, and show business savvy."
  "Saylor captures both the big personality of the drag persona as well as the quieter person behind   the scenes. Watching her train her protege is a riot."
  Sherry Shameer Cohen, BroadwayWorldTHE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE:
  "Saylor...give[s] their role value and esteem."

  FilmShortageA NEW MAN:
  "...Charles' mundane attitude gives A NEW MAN a certain layer of depth played to ingeniously by       Russell Saylor..."
​  JWR (jamesweggreview.org), Palm Springs International ShortFest, A NEW MAN:
  "...Russell Saylor is superb as the suddenly born-again, model of confidence..."
  Rick Rogers, The OklahomanTHE ROCKY HORROR SHOW: 
  "Saylor commands the stage as the salacious but sweet transvestite Frank 'n' Furter, a role that     allows this accomplished actor to push the boundaries of taste into an over-the-top performance       that crackles with energy."

  Isa Goldberg, TheatreLifeSTRINGS ATTACHED:
  "In this role, Russell Saylor sensitively portrays the father or Quantum Theory, while fortunately   injecting some comic relief as well."

  Marc Miller, NY Theatre GuideSMILE: 
  "Tommy (Russell Saylor, excellent), the almost-big-time choreographer, is a beguiling mixture         of jaundiced and noble..."

  Michael McGonigle, Philadelphia Museum of Art Film Lecturer, THE LOVE PERMIT: 
  "Saylor is excellent as a character who lives within a world of coping with moral compromising       each and every working day of his life."


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