"Cherubic faced Jesse Markowitz is adorable as Princeton. He has a wonderful singing voice moves well, and lights up the stage with his effervescent smile, twinkling eyes, and believable presentation. His rendition of 'Purpose' is endearing. This is one very talented young man!" (Roy Berko) 

"Princeton, a fresh-faced recent grad (the sweet-voiced Jesse Markowitz, a Kent State University musical-theater student, perfectly cast as the glass-is-half full innocent about to get a metaphorical Ripple thrown into his eyes) stumbles onto Avenue Q and rents a room from Gary Coleman." (Andrea Sumakis, The Plain Dealer)

"Markowitz has a lovely tone to his voice and is adorable in his situation... Markowitz perfectly embodies that stage of life. Lohr and Markowitz’s puppet courtship is innovative and as graphic as puppets allow." (Marjorie Preston, Sun News)

"Jesse Markowitz (Dean, the mayor’s son), who, as in his recent starring role in Cain Park’s AVENUE Q, lights up thestage with his effervescent smile, fine singing voice, let-loose dance style, and spot on character development." (Roy Berko)

"Jesse Markowitz leads the show, as Princeton, with charisma, strong vocals and a killer smile." (KORY'S REVIEW)

"Markowitz and Lohr's voices and charisma mesh well between their human and puppet forms, making it easy to suspend your disbelief and get sucked into their upper drama!" (Kate Miller, examiner.com)

"Jesse Markowitz as the vulnerable yet fierce Moritz." (Dan Kane, Cantonrep.com)

"Jesse Markowitz and Lauryn Hobbs are adorable as interracial star crossed lovers. Their harmonies and chemistry are excellent." (KORY'S REVIEW)