"In the world of Lucas, it seems as if everything can have a life and a mind of its own. Not only do his puppets talk to him, and talk back to him; so does the microphone, his hand, his foot, and anything else that comes into his proximity."
- Chuck Rounds, igoshows.com (23 Jan 2002)
"The surprise of the evening was Ronn Lucas, an American ventriloquist, who played Buttons and was a sheer delight. He had two dummys – a dragon and a raucous cowboy – whom he manipulated brilliantly and was extremely funny in the character delineations without resorting to silly gags or smut."
- Cinderella, New Wimbledon Theatre (Review) by David Munro, IndieLondon.co.uk (2008)
"Lucas serves up a medley of stand-up comedy, voice manipulation and audience interaction that is a 75-minute laughfest."
– Barbara Scherzer, Las Vegas Mercury (7 Feb 2002)
"Of the seven headliners on the current bill, by far the standout magician of the evening is . . . a ventriloquist. An "illusionist of the voice", Ronn Lucas exercises a near-magical control of that humble human instrument that borders on the uncanny."
– Ronn Lucas Steals the Show, and 'It's Magic!' All Around (Review) by F. Kathleen Foley, Los Angeles Times (1997).
"Mr. Lucas left many in the audience with tears of hilarity when he persuaded American Airlines Chairman and CEO Don Carty to don a movable mouth and a felt cowboy hat and play a dummy performing "When You're Smiling"."
– Many reasons to applaud at Ford's Theatre by Jabeen Bhatti, The Washington Times (June 13 2001)
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