“Leona takes your breath away. Sitting inches away from her allows you to see the subtlety of her emotional truth… Jenny Leona is definitely someone to keep an eye out for”
December 23, 2018|BY SAMUEL L. LEITER THEATRE'S LEITER SIDE
"Jenny Leona as Pushkin’s wife Natalya offers a wistful portrait of regret and resilience"
August 10, 2018|BY DARRYL REILLY THEATER SCENE
"Leona is subtle and natural, as she moves from the slighted beloved of Hamlet to the distressed, grieving daughter"
May 2, 2018|BY YVONNE HUDSON, Pittsburgh in the Round
"Leona and Lucas are delightfully earnest and ultimately heartbreaking as Emily and George. Leona is especially moving in her Act III scene when she revisits a day in her average, unexceptional life."
October 16, 2014|BY E. KYLE MINOR, New Haven Register