RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER  by Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s

"Still, a few performers transcend." Darryl V. Jones is resplendent in gold as the sun, his voice so joyful it seems to cast rays outward. 

PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT by Stephan Elliott and Allan Scott.

"And with a face whose cheeks and deep-set eyes broadcast Bernadette’s absolute lust for life, Darryl V. Jones particularly sets the bar high in a performance where Bernadette deadpan delivers some of the night’s best lines (“I don’t need to pack ... All my bags are under my eyes”) and
sings with a voice that resonates in a deep, still manner to reveal depth of soul and life-experience.”

PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT by Stephan Elliott and Allan Scott.

Especially delightful is Darryl V. Jones as Bernadette, the sort of transgender drag queen who actually is royal, as a former member of Les Girls, the groundbreaking all-male revue in Sydney.

Jones relishes his character’s stately, ladylike bearing. Should your wit not be keen enough for Bernadette’s every double entendre, don’t worry; Jones offers a half cracked grin and swishes away a bit more slowly, to give you time to catch up. 

PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT by Stephan Elliott and Allan Scott.

“The most dynamic character, Bernadette (brilliant Darryl V. Jones),

sings at her husband’s funeral, to the tune of

“Don’t Leave Me this Way.” 

PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT by Stephan Elliott and Allan Scott.

“Fortunately, director John Fisher has provided his audience with compensation in the form of wonderfully colorful costumes, a delightful set, and a bravura performance from Darryl V. Jones as the world-weary, yet wise, Bernadette, who has seen (and done) it all – and has the sequins to prove it. Jones

exudes confidence and calm, and on his broad shoulders rests the success of this production.”

THE CALL by Tanya Barfield'

"Darryl V. Jones is outstanding in the role of next door neighbor Alemu.

He has a striking theatrical voice. [...] Jones

brings vision, love, and brilliance to his story-telling [...]”

THE CALL by Tanya Barfield'

"Darryl V. Jones presents the amiable neighbor, Alemu, as a mysterious, joyful, and wise presence who offers care packages for their African journey to pick up the child. He transforms the story. Alemu meets Annie at the children's playground and he offers another African story to answer her questions about adoptive motherhood. Jones seizes our attention with his hypnotic telling of an African parable that provides a climax for the show. Jones brings vision, love and brilliance to his storytelling "