"Jay McGill impresses as a deep-voiced Tin Man"
-The Cleveland Plain Dealer
"McGill and Reynolds go full steam with their roles, grounding these silly tactics with plenty of heart and soul."
" Reynolds was particularly entertaining with his limber dance moves, as [was] McGill’s “If I Only Had a Heart” interlude"
-DC Metro Theater Arts
"Also an asset is Jay McGill as the Tin Man"
" McGill’s Tin Man is quite handsome under his coat of armor."
" Morgan Reynolds (Scarecrow), Jay McGill (Tin Man) and Aaron Fried (Lion) excelled in comic scenes."
"...height, width and depth were all that Dewey and Kyle had in common when expert actor Jay McGill played both. Truly, theatergoers would have never guessed that they were seeing the same actor if they hadn’t consulted their programs, for McGill made each man that distinctive."
-New York Theatre Critic Peter Filichia
"...the humorous highlight of the musical. McGill made the audience laugh every time he would walk on stage..."
-The News Record (Cincinnati)
"There are other performances worth nothing as well... Jay McGill as a hunky delivery man and Madeline Lynch, as the hairdresser whose heart he wins."
"McGill is very good as the Lieutenant... his soaring voice achieves beautiful notes"
"Jay McGill confidently filled his place in the ensemble as Mr. Green. He had an enormous swagger and was all sharp corners and hard edges, and he and Nixon combined for one of the most powerful duets of the evening."
"Mr. Green is played by newcomer Jay McGill, who does a nice job of sliding the scale between being a green-suited conman and entrepreneur."