Liebman imbues the figure with a mournful intelligence. …it’s possible to see in (his) eyes the calculations Oppenheimer is making about the fascist threat.
via Charles McNulty—LA Times Liebman does such a good job as Oppenheimer that it feels more like an incarnation than a performance; he presents both the man’s arrogance and increasing inner doubts with admirable artistry.
via Terry Morgan—Stage Raw … nowhere does that pay off more handsomely than in James Liebman’s “Oppie
2 very kind reviews that had great things to say about our performance as a whole, but a snippet or 2 about me in particular. Flatterers … “The play succeeds on all fronts. The acting is genuinely hilarious and subtle with wonderful performances from all cast members. Special acknowledgment goes to James Liebman as Sven, the Finnish know-it-all, for his ability to deliver unexpected interpretations to all of his interactions.”-by Markus Paminger theasy.com on 6.9.10