The New York Times

“Follow me here: I was moved by seeing a man in the role of a young woman being kissed by a second guy, playing a teenage boy, who minutes earlier portrayed an old lady. And that wasn’t the only instance of unexpected emotion…”

“…is nicely conceived and performed. It’s also clever,…is rare today and smartly managed by these dexterous actors.”

“Serious moments… well handled,…angry and intense,…gentle and sweet.”

“…faithful adaptation,…treating the famous speeches and scenes with due reverence while accentuating the ample humor.”

Backstage, NY, ‘Critics Pick’

“…inexhaustible actors…Samuel Muñoz, deliver a full-bodied, crackling rendition…”

“Let’s not mince words. “2 Households,…” is awesome.”

“…suspends your disbelief while still keeping you intrigued at what they’ll do next.”

“Romeo’s fatal duel with Tybalt—Samuel playing them both—is gasp-worthy.”

NY Theater.com

“…I’d like to tell you how talented these two men are….”

“…,they’re damn good actors.”

“…one of the most imaginative adaptations,…Munoz are physically dexterous,…”

“You’ll leave light on your feet, and more than a little inspired.”

Theatre Reviews Limited, NY

“I was in awe.”

“…mesmerize the audience,…spouted with ease and elegance.”

“… Sam Munoz, are without reserve a powerhouse.”

“…execute their craft with extreme care and precision,…leaving you astonished,…”

“These two theatrical entrepreneurs took a chance; you should do the same and join them on this incredible journey.”

Chicago-Oak Park Journal

“…the acting is superb.”

“There is one psychotic SOB [Sam Muñoz] that is hard to follow, and that is a good thing by definition. The remaining roles are not quite as complicated or disturbed.”

Chicago-The Reader

“…with intense performances, notably by Samuel G. Muñoz as the inarticulate, violent Ed,…”

Chicago-Daily Southtown

“…Muñoz has demonstrated his considerable skills in theatrical mayhem in the Chicago Shakespeare Theater production of “Romeo and Juliet” as Tybalt,…”

Florida-Boca Raton News

“…It’s an intruguing and entertaining take [Sam Muñoz as Hamlet]…”

Chicago-The Reader

“…as hunky Westley, Sam Muñoz oozes derring-do…”