Punch Shaw, Star-Telegram, FULLY COMMITTED:
"The real show here is Saylor's performance. If you want to see a tour de force acting performance, you don't need to have any reservations about this production."
Jan Farrington, theatrejones.com, FULLY COMMITTED:
"...as Sam, the only visible character onstage, the New York-based Saylor gets into a physical and vocal rhythm that’s hyperkinetic and hilarious. Saylor finds space in the non-stop chatter to give us a glimpse of the real Sam..."
Nancy Churnin, Dallas Morning News, FULLY COMMITTED:
"...an opportunity for Saylor to dazzle us with his ability to segue swiftly and seamlessly among dozens of parts..."
Jerome Weeks, artandseek.net, FULLY COMMITTED:
"...Saylor delivers a whirlwind performance."
Kevin Spacey, A NEW MAN:
"I loved this film. Funny, strange, daring...It continues to surprise."
Filmshortage.com, A NEW MAN:
..."Charles' mundane attitude gives A NEW MAN a certain layer of depth played to ingeniously by Russell Saylor..."
JWR (jamesweggreview.org), Review of the Palm Springs International ShortFest, A NEW MAN:
"...Russell Saylor is superb as the suddenly born-again, model of confidence..."
Isa Goldberg, theaterlife.com, STRINGS 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 Guide, SMILE:
"Tommy (Russell Saylor, excellent), the almost-big-time choreographer, is a beguiling mixture of jaundiced and noble..."
Michael Dale, Broadway World, SMILE:
"Funny turns are also supplied by Russell Saylor as a droll choreographer..."
Rick Rogers, The Oklahoman, 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."
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."