On "The Taste of It"...
"Landon Woodson is a phenomenal onstage force: he moves and speaks with a masculine grace. It's easy to see why so many women would chase after his Ross"- Aurin Squire, New York Theatre Review
"Landon G. Woodson (remember his name) has the perfect physique for the role, but also emotional depths and a powerful voice."- Mari Lyn Henry, TheaterPizzazz.com
On "Repairing A Nation"...
"Landon Woodson portrays Seth wonderfully, with just the right measure of seriousness and affection."- Marina Kennedy, Broadway World Reviews
On "The Mountaintop"...
"Woodson (less burly than King) does not seek to embody him; he rather evokes him in a way that’s feeling, persuasive, and complex. King’s sense of mission, his frustration, his natural eloquence, his doubts, his tenderness toward his family — Woodson makes all these qualities exquisitely real."- Barbara Adams, Ithaca Journal
"Woodson threads the needle between ordinary and greatness, revealing a man who is perplexed, tired, lonely, yet also goofy, a touch vain, and marvelously alive. He makes King wonderfully human, not a man with feet of clay, but feet that smell (“marching feet” he muses.)"- Ross Haarstad, Ithaca.com
"Actor Landon G. Woodson portrayed King with a high degree of dramatic professionalism. Perhaps the most memorable moment in Woodson’s performance occurred when King was struggling to accept his impending death; in one instant, King is in blissful denial, while in the next he is sobbing into the lap of Camae, and Woodson brings the audience to tears along with him."- Nick Swan, The Cornell Daily Sun