"Brad Advice is a new web series worth getting tangled in... the writing is sharp and funny... Brad Advice knocks it out of the park..."
— NY Daily News
"Delivers laughs... very New York City."
— Culture Craver
"Sharp writing... sweet-hearted... naughty... Mr. Johnson, Mr. Kilgore and Ms. Lawrence share an easy familiarity."
— The New York Times
"Johnson and Lawrence are both expert underplayers who find the comedy without pushing. Lawrence is an unexpected delight as the eager, giddy Katherine, giving a smart, good-time-gal performance..."
"This brilliant comedy is never over-the-top. It is cleverly phrased and nimbly played as theory versus reality... The surprises are many and the ending is superb. A tasty, racy, bite of the forbidden that can be enjoyed guilt-free."
— Electronic Link Journey
"Amusing and fast-paced... a rousing examination of sex and love. I instantly feel engaged... a testament to Brandt’s ‘get-to-the-point’ script... and Alex Kilgore’s razor-sharp direction."
"A clever script and a talented cast... highly entertaining... rife with clever dialogue... this play is packed with talent."
— Theatre Is Easy
"Just Sex is thoroughly enjoyable, and very well performed by the four actors..."
— Hearst Media
"Johnson shows fantastic range with his many characters..."
"...a tightly defined... collection of hilarious philosophers..."
"As today’s sports pages increasingly fill with ugly personal sagas,... Billy’s story restores regard for the athlete, as he demonstrates integrity and a willingness to learn lessons in his search for identity. Oh, and he has a sense of humor."
"It's a delightful performance, brimming with bright-eyed optimism, and Johnson's writing has just as much heart."
"This high-speed performance... complements the ways in which Billy's passion for the game propels him past each roadblock."
— New Theater Corps
"Brandt Johnson stands a cool six-foot-six, but it's his professional journey — from high school and college basketball to investment banking to acting — that represents the height of unusual."
— The Clyde Fitch Report
"The genius of Johnson's performance is that few people have both the hoops and thespian chops to reprise it."
"Brandt Johnson may have written the only one-man play in which assiduous audience members can track the star's field-goal percentage."
"Johnson wrote a part well suited for his strong tough guy charm, and Ms. Broyhill responds well and adds sparks of her own... a charming, but somewhat scary romantic comedy."
— Hi! Drama