"In a black suit, Callas (Tyne Daly) enters the stage, where her accompanist, Emmanuel Weinstock (the charming Jeremy Cohen), waits, smiling. He is her anchor throughout the play."
- NEW YORKER MAGAZINE
"Jeremy Cohen shines in what is effectively a dual role. In the first place, yes, Cohen can play the piano and really well. He's also a fine, self-effacing actor whose character is pleased and humbled by the honor of working with the great Maria Callas."
"Her early interactions with her pianist, Manny (Jeremy Cohen), are amusingly impatient and imperious."
- BEN BRANTLEY, NEW YORK TIMES
"Jeremy Cohen brings a becoming sweetness to the role of Manny, the deferential accompanist."
- WASHINGTON POST
"Jeremy Cohen gives the strongest performance, initially intimidated by Callas but eventually awed by and sad for her."
"Jeremy Cohen at the piano offers a lovely understated set of expressions."