"Parsario fuels Oscar with boyish charm and electricity with a big pay-off at the end."
–– Beau McGlasson, Theatrius
“A delightful, expressive Jed Parsario... moves about the stage like a dancer...”
–– Gaetana Caldwell-Smith, For All Events
“Parsario played Pisanio with aplomb...
His choreography was probably the most enjoyable because he can move easily, verbally and physically...”
— Rosine Reynolds, The Ark
"Once again, Parsario’s wit and likability lit up the theatre..."
— George Heymont, HuffPost
“Though the character Tanner doesn’t ask as much of him physically, he nevertheless brings heart to a character that would otherwise just be “the boyfriend”.”
–– Charles Lewis III, Thinking Man's Idiot
“... Including Jed Parsario's terrific lampoon of a book seller.”
— Robert Hurwitt, SF Gate
“Parsario is pitch perfect as the doctor...plays main roles and other characters with boundless energy.”
— Richard Connema, Talkin' Broadway
“Parsario... gives one of the most moving performances on stage I've seen in a long time.”
–– Elaine Elinson, Positively Filipino
“Parsario is a Voltaire often sullen and quiet in his tight-lipped broodiness; but when he erupts into an explosion... is almost animal-like in his lashings.”
–– Eddie Reynolds, Theatre Eddys
“Parsario is strongly present as Romeo Rosales and a scene stealer as Pedro. ”
— Wilfred Galila, Inquirer.net