An Assistant Stage Manager for a large cast musical is a complicated job and Jonathan was reliable, dependable, and willing to do whatever was asked without complaint. He gives 110% whether working on stage or behind it.
Linda AppersonStage Manager and Author of Stage Managing & Theatre Etiquette
Jonathan Murphy is an inspirational person. He is a multi talented voiceover artist! I truly enjoyed having him in my classes…he surprises you with his imagination.
Holly DorffLooping Coordinator & Voiceover Artist
Jonathan has provided Great America with an immense range of different voices and characters, quickly becoming our ‘go to guy’ in all voiceover requirements.
Thomas TissotCalifornia's Great America
I was very impressed with Jonathan’s dedication to making sure he was giving me what I wanted from his character, he took every piece of direction I gave him and ran with it. At a recent performance he made a “save” to a moment, and made another actors mistake look like it was supposed to happen all along — it was brilliant!
Troy JohnsonStage Director
Jonathan is truly a force of nature. He is one of those rare talents that does not adhere to the status quo, but takes everything a step beyond. He is a perfectionist in the best sense of the word.
Aimee MilesSAG, Founder Fogg Theatre
I have had the good fortune of using Jonathan for voice overs for the past few years, and have found him to be prompt (a rarity for our industry), versatile and most importantly, very good.
Michael JacobiJacobi Creative and KSCO Radio Host
Jonathan’s substantial contribution to my CD audioplay has greatly enhanced it and brought it to a level of quality worthy of an ‘official’ national release. I highly recommend him.
The audio version of ‘Secret of the Songshell’ is in the early stages of production, and it will be narrated by a very talented actor, Jonathan Murphy. You may have heard of him. He does excellent work, so I’m really excited.
Brian TashimaAuthor, The Spectraland Saga
Jonathan is a director’s dream. He comes in with great ideas and embraces direction. I can ask him to do four things and he’ll do them all, plus add additional unexpected elements to his performance.