“Rosado brings an alluring smile and natural warmth to the jovial and elusive John.”


“No doubt the actors are working very hard to conjure these instant emotional crescendos. Rosado comes the closest with a monologue delivered to Mario's invisible son about painstakingly tending a citrus tree, only to never taste its fruit. It's a blunt metaphor, but the emotion behind it feels real.”


"Cesar was charming AF in last year's Dolphins & Sharks and then went on to star in Two River Theater's super fun-looking El Coqui Espectacular and the Bottle of Doom. He's constantly booking readings of new plays all over the country, so prepare to see him show you what's uppppp on a stage near you soon in the next great American play." -Sam Maher


"There’s Ward again, talking over the only student of color in his class (Cesar J. Rosado as Zorick, the most genuinely good-natured of the bunch)..."
-New York Magazine (Vulture)


“the excellent Cesar J. Rosado… though, is the show’s secret weapon. In a restrained and beautifully calibrated performance, he glows with the kind of magnetic assurance that makes an audience lean in.”


"The most delicate performance comes from Mr. Rosado, whether Danilo is exulting over a sonogram of his unborn child or raging at Xiomara, who has moved up ever so slightly in the world and swiftly forgotten what it was like to toil down below."


“John (the superb Cesar J. Rosado) melts around the proscenium edge and is suddenly there.”


"...the hilariously mellow cool dude (Cesar J. Rosado)..."

"Cesar J. Rosado as Danilo was great at driving the plot line forward and brought the “community” into the work space. He epitomized the tight bonds between families in the neighborhood beautifully. Rosado gave us a nurturing father as well as a volatile opponent when under pressure. He is a talented actor able to play support with sensitivity."
-New York Theater Guide