Handle With Care

 

"“The humorously awkward bridge between them is the delightful Mat Leonard as Terrence, who is a beat off and always seems to screw up no matter how hard he tries. He really makes you feel for him.” - Jay Handelman, Sarasota Herald Tribune

"Leonard’s Terry is a lovable good old boy — and not the sharpest tool in the shed. Brainpower aside, his character’s also goodhearted and loyal — with weird flashes of insight.” - Marty Fugate, The Observer
 

 

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

 

"The buff Mat Leonard captured not only his character's physical stature, but also Spike's limitations of shallow intellect and oblivious braggadocio." - Larry Murray, Broadway World

 

"Leonard doesn’t overplay his character’s pretty-boy vacuousness and is all the more amusing for it." - Steve Barnes, Time Union

 

"A fine-tuned ensemble brought Christopher Durang’s 2013 Tony Award winning homage/satire of Chekhov’s works to life last night at Shakespeare & Company in Lenox. “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” is praised for its fine use of language — everything from witty voodoo chants to elevated classical speech to a show-stopping, funny and emotional rant by a charming, irascible Luddite." - Ann St. Clair, The Berkshire Edge

 

 

Julius Caesar

 

"The seven-member ensemble — Jason Asprey, Andrew Borthwick-Leslie, Nigel Gore, Mat Leonard, Eric Tucker, James Udom, and Kristin Wold — morph effortlessly from faceless members of a mob to individual Romans. Nothing is lost in Shakespeare’s emotional roller coaster ride" - Terry Byrne, The Boston Globe

 

"Mat Leonard, who plays seven roles, is a devastating Cinna, the Poet; as well, he makes much of Octavius Caesar" - J Peter Bergman, Edge Media Network