Since you didn’t see the performance…

hear from critics who did…







Born Yesterday (Barn Dinner Theatre, Marietta GA)

“James Devon is funny as Harry’s dumb nephew, an apprentice thug.”

–Scott Cain (Entertainment Editor) Atlanta Journal


The Real Inspector Hound (Kentwood Theatre, Los Angeles)

“James Devon as Moon…delivers Stoppard’s arch dialogue with mounting sparkle and dash.”

–Alan Raeburn, The Daily Breeze, Manhattan Beach, CA



The Foreigner (Basement Theatre, Pasadena, CA)

“James Devon as the Rev. David Marshall Lee and Steve Howard as thug and would-be sheriff Owen Musser provided the skullduggery, and a fine pair of scoundrels they are.”

–Phil Therou, special to The Pasadena Weekly

“James Devon manages a sanctimonious menace as the plotting reverend determined to make a large wave.”

–Pasadena Star-News

“The actors are outstanding.”

–Mary Cogswell Baum, Sierra Madre (CA) News



A Christmas Carol (Stage West, Springfield, MA)

“Bob Crachit (played by James Devon) should be singled out for his performance.”

–Marissa Gianetti, Springfield Republican



Misery (Majestic Theater, West Springfield, MA)

“James Devon can hold his own alongside this impressive femme fatale. His dialogue is delivered with crisp sarcasm. His role is physically quite demanding. It’s not easy for an audience to concentrate on a character who, during Act I, has little to actually do but to lie in a bed. Yet, we are there with him all the way, desperately thinking of how to escape.”

–Shera Cohen, Springfield Journal