ROCKY HORROR SHOW
"As Riff-Raff, Lucas Blair is sublime. His take on Furter's resident manservant is hysterical — a spastic, bug-eyed parrot-man who lurches from rake to apron with saccharine menace; a creature with an unscratchable itch."
-ASHLAND DAILY TIDINGS, 2016
"Lucas Blair's excellent sky-high rock voice is put to great use as an incredible re-imagined Riff Riff...Be prepared to do a show stopping, highly energized Time Warp again!"
-DAILY COURIER, 2016
DAMES AT SEA
"From his first number, 'It's You,' to the finale, 'Let's Have a Simple Wedding,' newcomer Lucas Blair brings Ruby's sailor beau, Dick, to loveable life. Mr. Blair's acting, singing and tapping are all top-notch, but it is his priceless facial expressions that are most memorable for me."
-ASHLAND SNEAK PREVIEW, 2015
"...Lucas Blair tackles the emotionally heavy role of Moritz, a confused young adult trying to cope with his lack of knowledge when it comes to sexuality... Blair's riveting vocal performance reminded me a bit of Anthony Rapp, who starred in “Rent” on Broadway and in the film. The confusion and fear of his character is captured well in his energy... I've seen other Spring Awakening productions in the past, but never before has an actor playing Moritz taken me on such an intense, yet heartfelt, emotional rollercoaster... I'll be coming back to see this one, but next time I'll bring my tissues!"
-SANTA MARIA TIMES, 2014
BARE: A POP OPERA (california premiere)
"As the star-crossed leads, Lucas Blair (Peter) and Ian Cullity (Jason) both have impeccable voices. Blair has the good-hearted, earnest-kid vibe down and carries the show's tone very well... Hollenbeck’s duet with Blair in “See Me” will break the heart of anyone who’s had to come out to a beloved parent as well as any parent who’s ever had to listen... Once again, Artistic Differences Theatre Company will have people lining up next to the light-rail tracks for the hottest selling show of the summer."
-SACRAMENTO NEWS & REVIEW, 2008
"...Blair provides the perfect balance of comedy and drama to 'Bare' as the role of Peter... With so many tightly woven and complex relationships between these characters, Blair's luring and sincere performance as Peter has stuck with me since leaving the theater last night... If there's any justice in theatre, 'Bare' should be the hottest selling ticket in Sacramento this summer!"
-SACRAMENTO BEE, 2008
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
"...Lucas Blair puts a stop to the production by showing off his
gorgeous pipes as the Russian Soloist..."
-STAGE SCENE LA, 2013