“..and especially Devon Harrison (as a very ’Ackney lad Antonio) keeps the fun bubbling... “
“Antonio, the gardener is a cameo role but Devon Harrison turns it into a comic gem.”
"Devon Harrison is priceless as Mark, Jennifer's tongue-tied pen pal, whose arioso, I Live in Wokingham, is a gem. Throughout, the composer and librettist pull off a feat of ambiguity by combining comedy with desperation while avoiding sentimentality; the scenes in Broadmoor are painfully funny."See more here
"Devon Harrison, whose tremendous version of Paul Robeson's Ole Man River achieved that rare thing by matching the original"See more here
"and Devon Harrison providing the spine tingling highlight with a rather special rendition of “Ole Man River”. "See more here
"Devon Harrison's voice and performance are quite remarkable in the character of sometime Holiday lover Paul Robeson."
"..Devon Harrison sings Ol' Man River with angry power.."
"Perhaps the real star in terms of vocal prowess was Devon Harrison as Paul Robeson, who sang with a valiant baritone and acted with a solicitous grace that endeared him to the audience."
"Devon Harrison; his performance made me wonder whether, if Leonard Henry was blessed with Devon's vocal attributes and skill, he would have succeeded in convincing me he was a better actor/singer: I decided that he wouldn't."See more here
".Harrison has a voice with considerable depth and colour, with good dramatic presence and a gift for characterisation which he showed to good advantage in John Ireland's Sea Fever and Peter Warlock's Captain Stratton's Fancy."