Mr. Dotrice is all feisty and drunken palaver, yet his eyes are shrewd and, fleetingly, a bit frightened. Watch for Mr. Dotrice's abrupt, magical conversion from delirious drunkenness into all-to-conscious sobriety. Ben Bradley, New York Times

The wonderful Roy Dotrice gives a performance so vibrant with venal roguery and sheepish love. John Simon, NY Times Magazine

Dotrice's "Hogan" is essentially a lovable comic figure teasing everyone with a twinkle in his eye. Washington Post

Played by Roy Dotrice with such verve he manages to make O'Neill's melodrama look sprightly. Wall Street Journal

Dotrice delivers an amazingly exuberant and mesmerizing performance. Hollywood Reporter

Roy Dotrice is overflowing with crusty charm. He gets every possible laugh out of the pig farmer. It's a star turn. Good Day New York - Fox 5

Dotrice nimbly and touchingly makes the transition from cranky cut up in the first act to deeply moving father in the second. Charles Isherwood, Variety

Dotrice displays physical and emotional agility and a dazzling sense of comic timing. Elysa Gardener, USA Today

Played by the touch-minded wit and Irish panache by the jaunty, bearded Roy Dotrice, "Phil Hogan" becomes as humorous and full-bodied as a figure from O'Casey or Synge. Malcolm Johnson, Hartford Courant

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