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"John Marquez as Tranio, the servant-turned-master, floats around in two-toned shoes as if born to command. ” ***

The Guardian on The Taming of the Shrew

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“John Marquez's hilarious Tranio” ****

Whatsonstage on The Taming of the Shrew

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Best is John Marquez who turns the ludicrous wooer of Argan's daughter into a lank-haired buffoon who looks like a spaniel left out in the rain

Michael Billington
Guardian on The Hypochondriac

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“a wonderfully blunt stand-out turn from John Marquez as a man whose life is changed by the army forever in ways he would never have imagined. His trajectory cunningly illuminates everyone's attitudes to almost every social and political concern of the era. And, as the final image suggests, maybe also of the present.”

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Variety on Privates on Parade

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Samantha Bond and John Marquez, there’s a cluster of cherishable performances.

London Evening Standard on Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

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