Saturday Night Fever (Tony Manero)
As Tony, Jeremy Jason Sartin has the perfect swagger and savviness of a young man who feels he is the king of the world when he's on the dance floor but also displays a good balance of eagerness with just a hint of uncertainty when faced with situations he isn't quite ready to deal with... These are two people who feel stuck and are just trying to find some way to make their lives better, and both Sartin and Rapelje create realistic characters without making them carbon copies of their film counterparts. They are very good dancers and form a duo that you root for."
By Gil Benbrook
Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews
All Shook Up (Chad)
He revved the ladies’ hearts as Rum Tum Tugger in last year’s production of CATS. Jeremy is as handsome a leading man as you could want.”
By Kiel Klaphake
Executive Producer Arizona Broadway Theatre
The theater has spent its casting money wisely with a mix of local talent and out-of-town pros. Playing Chad, Jeremy Sartin mixes mesomorphic machismo with a soft, sweet tenor."
by Kerry Lengel
The Arizona Republic
Cats (Rum Tum Tugger)
The large ensemble is simply superb. Their wonderful singing and exciting dancing keep the musical moving at a swift and entertaining pace. Stand outs are... Jeremy Sartin as Rum Tum Tugger, Ryan Steer as Munkustrap and Bob Bohon as Old Deuteronomy. In solo or ensemble work, these five fabulous felines add enormously to the evening's entertainment."
By Joseph Gordon
Gilbert Theater Examiner
Legally Blonde (Padamadan/Carlos)
“It's simple to watch the main characters, bypassing side and supporting roles in all the glitz of this fast-paced show. I implore you, however, to look to the right and left of the main stage for this one.
Judah Garva and Jeremy Sartin bring the roles of gay couple Nikos and Carlos to an all-time high with their over-the-top portrayal in the courtroom scene. Bottom Line: Beef and Boards' Legally Blonde, The Musical brings talent and energy to the tale of everyone's favorite girl in pink."
By Elizabeth J. Musgave
Gotta Go Column in M Magazine and several Indianapolis Newspapers
Showing strong presence was Judah Gavra and Jeremy Sartin, in multiple roles and as, respectively, Nikos and Carlos, a gay couple who figure prominently in the murder case that Elle successfully tries.”
By Tom Alvarez
Indianapolis Performing Arts Examiner