But it is MacMillan’s dizzying vocal acrobatics – wry, pained, prudish, silly, terrified – that propel Killer beyond the realm of the radio play and make these characters come to life

Corrie Tan
The Guardian on Killer

John MacMillan holds the audience in the palm of his hand from the very beginning, effortlessly entertaining and chilling in equal measure. {...] it is hard to imagine how a show in which there's nothing to watch can be so gripping, but this is largely down to MacMillan's masterful approach

Debbie Gilpin
Broadway World on Killer

John MacMillan [is] beguiling as a former lover

Susannah Clapp
The Guardian on Yerma

John Macmillan’s Joey, a failed or failing boxer, is a disturbingly brooding presence. 

Henry Hitchings
Evening Standard on The Homecoming