|"[He] explodes on the scene smack in the middle of one
of their legendary no-holds-barred fights. Played broadly
and hilariously by Calvin Gladen, he starts the action rolling
from the moment he nearly batters down the front door. Dressed
in heavy metal and black, he is looking for his girlfriend,
roaring like a wounded lion, and sporting a deranged grin."
Naomi Siegel, The New York Times
will walk away remembering Calvin Gladen's almost beatific
turn as the slightly dim, but wouldn't-hurt-a-fly, Polk. Whether
he's icing a cupcake teal blue [for the Devil Rays- "Go Rays!"]
or reminiscing about how Rita Faye got John Glenn to come
to his school for 'show and tell', Gladen's performance beams
with a warm hearted energy."
Andy Propst, American Theater Web
"Calvin Gladen is deliciously weird as the title character
in 'Lurker', a nerdy guy turned compulsive voyeur, and he's
awesomely seductive as the antagonist in 'Scarecrow'."
Martin Denton, nytheatre.com
"In Scarecrow, a young girl meets a man [Calvin Gladen]
under a tree by a creek and is led step by step into a web
of lust and betrayal. The devilishly creepy Gladen turned
an already superior script into a cracking tour-de-force"
Doug DeVita, OOBR