Adam Castaneda, Houston Press
" one would be hard-pressed to find someone who isn't convinced of the passion in Stevenson's choreography. The pas de deux, or classical duet, in Act I and Act III, are so lush, so full-bodied, they appear to be almost Modern. Opening night's performance saw the birth of a new star in Joseph Walsh's portrayal of Romeo. The recently promoted principal seems to have been born for the seminal role"
Theodore Bale, Houston Herald : "BEST LEFT TO HISTORY
It's time to demand more of the Houston Ballet than Stevenson's tired, limp Romeo and Juliet"http://houston.culturemap.com/newsdetail/06-08-12-its-time-to-demand-more-of-the-houston-ballet-than-ben-stevensons-tired-limp-iromeo-and-julieti/