Back of the Throat, Bartlett

The Flea Theater

“The genteel Bartlett [is] played by Jason Guy, whose clipped calm recalls Liev Schreiber’s.”

[Alan Felderman, TimeOutNY]

“Guy, in particular, makes his mincing gumshoe an oddly compelling, nuanced heavy.”

[Rob Kendt, Newsday]

“The appropriately nauseating Jason Guy [is] disturbing, discomfiting, and strangely funny.”

[Sean O'Donnell, Show Business Weekly]

Turn of the Screw, The Man

Tri-State Actors Theater

As everybody else, Jason Guy gives a tour-de-force performance: coolly commanding as the seductive Uncle, twisted and cackling as the housemaid, and bouncing up and down as the rambunctious Miles. Guy has a dancer's grace and a gymnast's energy as he rapidly moves from role to role, hardly pausing as he builds the tension to an unimaginable climax.

[John Totter, The Times Herald-Record]

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Puck

Stonington Opera House

“It is through Guy’s menacing performance that [the Director’s] dark vision is most realized.”

[Judy Harrison, Bangor Daily News]

The 39 Steps, Clown


“Jason Guy switches gender and age at will in a tour-de-force performance that steals the show.”

[Tobias Wray, The Fayetteville Flyer]





Comedy of Errors, Dromio, both

The Hamptons Shakespeare Festival

“Jason Guy proves an Olympian of dexterity and achieves a masterwork of Marxian slapstick.”

[Steve Parks, Newsday]

“Guy is no mere mortal, but a Shakespearean clown of the highest order, and the funniest this reviewer has seen. It is a hysterical accomplishment.”

[Lee Davis, The South Hampton Press]

Noises Off, Lloyd Dallas

Tent Theatre

“As wittily played by Guy, Lloyd is an appealing blend of arrogance, charm, and pragmatism.”

[Larry Collins, The News Leader]

Picnic on the Battlefield, Father

The Chocolate Factory

“Guy’s excellent work grounds the piece: delightfully incongruous and particularly wonderful.”

[Martin Denton,]

Taming of the Shrew, Hortensio

American Shakespeare Center’s Blackfriars Playhouse

“And perhaps funniest of all, in a performance you have to see to believe, Jason Guy as Hortensio.”

[Charles Culbertson, The News Leader]

Henry V, Chorus

Arkansas Rep

"Jason Guy’s Chorus perfectly engendered the beauty of the text [with] ease and familiarity."

[Aaron Sarlo, Arkansas Times]

“Back of the Throat” (Bartlett)

The Flea Theater

Directed by Jim Simpson

Photo Michael Goldsheft