"Some standouts were Pintar, reminiscent of a young Raul Julia, he commanded his role at this performance."
-Geeks Media on Small Craft Warnings
"Jason Pintar is marvelous as Cobos with the Shakespearean-like quality of his voice projection, his astute portrayal of a charmingly deceitful character, and the way in which his stage presence demands attention."
-OUTER-STAGE on Occasion for Sin
"...his voice boomed loudly and clearly through the auditorium..."
-The Shield on The Importance of Being Earnest
"Jason Pintar as King Edward is the best of the bunch, opening the show with an energetic blast and keeping the momentum rolling at full steam with his wide smile and powerful baritone."
-stagebuddy.com on Timmy The Great
"Other stand-outs include Pintar as the vaudeville-loving sensible king..."
-broadwayworld.com on Timmy The Great
"Jason Pintar, who plays Kevin,...blazes forth in a monologue that exhibits a sharp comedic sense."
-TIMESLedger on The Underpants Godot
"Jason Pintar made us want to care about his character..."
-Hi! Drama on Boys in the Club
"...he undergoes a rollercoaster of extreme emotions, but he succeeds in presenting a lovable character..."
-nytheatreguide.com on Boys in the Club
"Jason Pintar rumbled the rafters with his foghorn bass."
-Evansville Courier & Press on Avenue X
"Jason Pintar...nimbly maneuvered across the tightrope between entrapment and same-sex attraction..."
-[Q]onStage.com on Street Theater
"Jason Pintar...regales us with some stunning trumpet solos and steals the scenes whenever he appears..."
-Queens Gazette on Blood Brothers
"Jason Pintar...manages to make diverse ensemble roles uniquely funny."
-nytheatre.com on The Grecian Formula
"...great work from an enthusiastic ensemble. Anne Wechsler, Joanna Carpenter, and Jason Pintar are excellent..."
-theasy.com on Merrily We Roll Along
"The show was filled with a number of flavorsome performances...Jason Pintar’s rendering of both a lecherous adoptive parent and a conniving hobo..."
-American Theatre Web on Orphan Train