Able Znorko in Eric-Emanuel Schimitt's Enigma Variations at the Walnut Street Theatre
"Tom Markus is wonderful as the author."
- KYW Radio, Philadelphia
"Tom Markus's Znorko is the quintessential brilliant curmudgeon, nasty and abusive. For all that, there is a softness about him."
- Chestnut Hill Local
Willie Clark in Neil Simon's The Sunshine Boys at New Harmony Theatre
"A smart, sassy hit. Old comics never die . Markus' Willie was the geriatric equivalent of a pouting, petulant child, using obnoxious insolence to show the pain, resentment and insecurity of old age . the two [actors] came together in a comic, caustic chemistry of co-dependence . a love-hate relationship lasting half a century."
- Evansville Courier
Otto Frank in Wendy Kesselman's The Diary of Anne Frank at Nevada Conservatory Theatre
"Otto's last, harrowing, breakdown epilogue to the story - by the time it was all over, there was . wet-eyed, knot-in-the-throat anguish, starting right there in Row J and remaining all the way to the parking deck."
- Las Vegas City Life
"Particularly touching turn by Tom Markus as her good and grave father, who speaks to us his daughter's famous, final poignant words of hope for humanity."
- Las Vegas Sun
Reggie Paget in Quartet at the Walnut Street Theatre
Growing old artfully is the idea that propels the four-person Quartet, in a charming, cheery production at the Walnut Street Theatre. Tom Markus plays the diva's former husband and the most serious of the lot with down-to-earth sincerity,
- Philadelphia Inquirer