PRESS


FOR GABRIEL

From The New York Times: "Despite the memory lapse, Gabriel evinces a suspicious eloquence and flair for abstract thought. When he and Von Pfunz come face to face, they square off in a debate over the definition of truth and its relation to poetry. ...Mr. Rosen brings an anguished, dark sincerity to this tricky role, making the ambiguities believable."

 Photo: Sara Krulwich

Photo: Sara Krulwich


FOR CABARET

From The Cincinnati Enquirer: "For all his fresh-scrubbed niceness, there is no question that Rosen’s Cliff is ready to be led into the dark side’s darkest recesses."

From The Dallas Morning News: "Lee Aaron Rosen brings heft to Clifford Bradshaw, the perplexed, sexually conflicted writer who comes to Berlin looking for a story and finds a darker one than anticipated."

From the Miami Herald: "Lee Aaron Rosen is dashing as Sally’s deluded, bisexual lover, the American writer Cliff Bradshaw."

From The Baltimore Sun: "Lee Aaron Rosen does sensitive, sympathetic work as Clifford Bradshaw, the budding writer fresh from Pennsylvania who is soon caught up in a whirl of sensuality and danger."

 Photo: Joan Marcus

Photo: Joan Marcus


FOR
MARY'S WEDDING

From The New York Times: "Charmingly underplayed by the movie-star handsome Lee Aaron Rosen, Charlie is a farmer’s son, a skilled horseman, a gung-ho volunteer and a lovesick puppy."

From Variety: "Rosen, who recalls a young Eric Roberts, strikes the right balance between bravery and vulnerability."

 Photo: T. Charles Erickson

Photo: T. Charles Erickson


FOR
TIME AND
THE CONWAYS

 Photo: Jim Cox

Photo: Jim Cox

From the Los Angeles Times: "Lee Aaron Rosen digs deep beneath favorite son Robin’s bonhomie."


FOR
ALL MY SONS

From The Boston Globe"Lee Aaron Rosen, as Chris, lets us see how the shattering of illusions shatters the man himself."

 Photo: T. Charles Erickson

Photo: T. Charles Erickson