REVIEWS:

The Chinese Lady (Adirondack Theatre Festival):

"Whit K. Lee, performs simple tasks in a remarkable way. The character is constantly told he is irrelevant, yet his subservient stance is filled with dignity."

-Bob Goepfert, WAMC NORTHEAST PUBLIC RADIO

"...Mr. Lee's choreographically stunning performance, [and] sharp yet gentle interpretation..."

-Cathy DeDe, CHRONICLE

"Whit K. Lee ... always alive and attune. He ... gets a great showcase playing

President Andrew Jackson in a frightening encounter."

-Patrick White, NIPPERTOWN

Citizen Wong (Off-Broadway):

"Lee delivers a strong performance in this modest, six actor piece.

His ferocity and conviction are inspiring to watch. "

-Ryan Leeds, MANHATTAN DIGEST

The Doppelganger (Steppenwolf Theatre Company)

"Whit K. Lee [is] ridiculously funny... as Wen Xiaoping."

-Jodie Jacobs, CHICAGO THEATRE AND ARTS,  

"Whit K. Lee is manic and entertaining as the young American entrepreneur Wen...

Lee is delightful..."

-RACHEL RICHBERG REVIEWS

"Premium talent... Whit K. Lee as businessman Wen Xiaoping... can do no wrong, also piercingly funny in several scenes."

-Ken Payne, BUZZ CENTER STAGE

"High-rolling tech bro Wen Xiaoping (Whit K. Lee)"

-Adelaide Lee, THEATREMANIA

 

Shanghai Lil's (Off-Broadway)

"Whit K. Lee skillfully steers Chase from boyish hoofer to complex war veteran." 
-Clifford Lee Johnson III, BACKSTAGE.COM


"Chase (the winning Whit K. Lee), a waiter and would-be dancer."
-Sandy MacDonald, THEATERMANIA.COM

Shanghai Lil's (Off-Broadway)

 

White Christmas (Mac-Hayden Theatre)
"Whit K. Lee as the frenetic stage manager Mike [Nulty] is hilarious."
-Gail M. Burns, BERKSHIRE THEATRE REVIEWS

A Christmas Carol (Actors Theatre of Louisville):

"Other highlights include actors who are skilled musicians and singers in the production...

Whit K. Lee fiddles and dances about with ease while providing a soundtrack befitting somber

and beautiful scenes."
-Jennifer Starr, Broadway World

"One favorite is the fiddler (Whit K. Lee), who seems almost some fey or otherworldly entity.

He plays and skips through scene to scene, weaving through time, from parties in Scrooge's past to street corners in his present day... He commands attention,

sometimes playing so furiously that his bow [hair] shreds."

-Alex Roma, Leoweekley.com

PRESS LINKS:

Steppenwolf Theatre Co.

Junie B's Essential Guide to School

BroadwayWORLD.com

National Asian Artists Project (NAAP) OLIVER!

BroadwayWORLD.com

  • PLAYBILL.com

No-No Boy

BroadwayWORLD.com

LeviathanLab.com