Kate Copstick - The Scotsman
" The underlying theme of this spellbinding hour seems to be Nietzschean - "that which does not destroy me makes me strong". And if that doesn't sound like out-and-out comedy, then that is good. Because the show is not out-and-out comedy. It is a mix of music, storytelling and comedy... "
Joanne Newmark - Chicago Theatre
" When Taylor Negron took the microphone after violinist Lili Haydn completed her forst song, I wasn't sure what to expect. Having never seen the actor/writer/comedian perform before, I was curious about the concept of his latest show, which I heard was dramatic/humorous storytelling coupled with the accompaniment of a soft jazz trio... "
Dan Mayfield - Albuquerque Journal
" We all have stories about people we've met. They're great for parties and long car trips. But few of us have Taylor Negron's kind of stories. Negron's show at Revolutions International Theater Festival is all about the people he's met and the places his comedy has taken him, from the LA riots to the mean streets of New York, to comedy classes with Lucille Ball and dinner with recently assassinated Pakistani politician Benazir Bhutto... "
Ken Payne - Buzz S&E
" With over 100 film appearances and greater than 10 producer credits, Taylor Negron may have found his truest form of artistic expression with his new live show “Satellites”, a very heartfelt and stirring production that also includes its share of laughs. Whether knowing his name or not, most people recognize Taylor from his acting work in such films as Easy Money, The Last Boy Scout, Angels in the Outfield, or Fast Times at Ridgemont High... "
Amy Wooten - Windy City Times
" Actor, comedian and writer Taylor Negron called Windy City Times from a cold and foggy California beach, armed with comments about fake people and Hollywood-obsessed culture.
"I saw a woman at the gym with a Vassar sweatshirt, rocket abs, and a tiny, little ass the other day," Negron said. "The only problem is she was 64. See - I had to write Satellites, it's the only way I could get through it all... "
My Favorite Weekend - The LA Times
" Taylor Negron grew up in L.A. “I remember when the palm trees were short and Tomorrowland was modern,” says Negron, who lives in Venice and whose credits include “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and a blog at Huffington Post’s 236.com. He also has a home in France. “I’ve been abroad for most of this year. I’m savoring being in California every minute, learning that traffic is just God’s way of saying ‘Hi.’ " "
Don’t I Know You? - AndrewAndrew
You see him everywhere. He’s the sort of omnipresent actor that when you see in the flesh, you get a nagging feeling that you have met him somewhere before. Is he the funny guy you ride the elevator with every day? Is he the guy behind the counter at your corner Deli you get your coffee from? Is he a forgotten High School pal you had a major crush on?
Maybe, if you went to Ridgemont High."