Bones  

  •  “...Zack, the mild-mannered brainiac—delicately and winningly played by Eric Millegan...” - Matt Roush, TV Guide 

  •  “the show’s real draw is the interaction among its well-defined regular characters, so ably performed by a rock-solid ensemble.”
    - Robert Bianco, USA Today

  • “(Millegan's performance as Zack in the second season finale)...is probably one of the most honest depictions of what someone goes through when given the option of performing their duty in a war zone.”
    - Richard Keller, TV Squad 

  • “As Dr. Zack Addy on Fox's Bones, Millegan dons a lab coat and sports a vocabulary that gives Stephen Hawking a run for the money. In doing so, he has quite possibly earned the title of prime time TV's sexiest geek.”
    - Jenny Sherwin, AfterElton.com 

  •  “...notice the playful energy the show gets out of Zach's (Eric Millegan) attempts to bond with Booth, then notice how adeptly it shifts focus to something more touching and real.” - Robert Bianco, USA Today

  •  “...the stars aren’t being asked to carry the show alone. They have a fine supporting cast behind them, including Michaela Conlin as Brennan’s down-to-earth best friend, Eric Millegan as her assistant, T.J. Thyne as the team’s bug expert, and Jonathan Adams as her boss.”- Robert Bianco, USA Today

Harold & Maude: The Musical

  • “...the two leads are cheerfully engaging throughout...Harold, played by tall, gangly, moon-faced Eric Millegan, has a disquieting uneasiness that is touching.”
    - Rex Reed, The New York Observer 

  • “the new incarnation has several points in its favor, chief among them two engaging leads... Millegan has a winning stage presence and a sweet, melodious tenor”
    - David Rooney, Variety 

  • “...likably played by Eric Millegan...”
    - Charles Isherwood, The New York Times 

  • “...the baby-faced, shaggy-haired Millegan handles his songs with considerable assurance, a leading man in the making.”
    - Michael Kuchwara, Associated Press 

  • “Eric Millegan has a properly demented quality as Harold, and a strong voice...” - Howard Kissel, NY Daily News 

  • “...a fun romp blessed with two talented leads...Eric Millegan and Oscar winner Estelle Parsons are perfectly suited for their roles...Parsons and Millegan control the show...a dynamic duo.”
    - Mark A. Newman, Entertainment Design 

  • “...there's no doubt that Parsons and Millegan are superb and well-worth seeing...Millegan proves he's got the talent and charisma to become a bright new star.” - David Hurst, NEXT Magazine

  • “...Eric Millegan has gangly charm as Harold...”
    - Adam Feldman, Time Out New York

  • “...as Harold falls genuinely in love, Millegan is quite endearing as he breaks free with his emotions, and finally sings with deep feeling and joy... ”
    - Peter Filichia, Newark Star-Ledger

  • “Eric Millegan has the very difficult role of Harold. He displays a sheepdog look and manner reminiscent of Matthew Broderick. Millegan is good... Millegan most ably carries several lovely ballads as well as the title tune... ”
    - Bob Rendell, Talkin Broadway

  • “Eric Millegan, a 30-year-old actor-singer who looks half his age, is another smart casting choice...”
    - David Finkle, Theater Mania

  • “Estelle Parsons and Eric Millegan...perfectly in synch as the by-death-propelled title characters.”- Simon Saltzman, CurtainUp

  • “Eric Millegan as Harold shows just why he is considered such a rising star. His voice and poise are second to none.”- Matt Freeman, nytheatre.com

  • “Eric Millegan begins as a wonderfully deadpan Harold...Millegan makes his transformation a joyous occasion.”- Michael Dale, Broadway World

  • “...Eric Millegan delivers the perfect blend of vulnerability and Addams Family macabre with some fine vocal equipment to boot.”- John Kenrick, Musicals 101

  • "...the show’s terrific actors playing Harold and Maude, Eric Millegan and the incomparable Estelle Parsons.”- Andy Propst, American Theater Web

  • “...and Eric Millegan--what a gorgeous voice!--sings like an angel...Millegan gets the kind of lead-role showcase for his singing he deserves.”- Chip Deffaa, Cabaret Scenes

On_Line

  • “Eric Millegan, as Ed, is heartbreakingly effective in his isolation and single minded frustration. Ed's attachment to Al... could have used more screen time, if not an entire movie to themselves.”
    - Chris Lee, BananaGuide

  •  “On_Line, which is well acted by its ensemble cast, is a fine example of digital filmmaking.”- Kevin Thomas, The Los Angeles Times

  • “On_Line is acted with enough zest by its cast to give these not especially endearing people a poignant human dimension”- Stephen Holden, The New York Times

  • “...Beautifully played by Eric Millegan...”- Brandon Judell, Gay.com

  • “Weintrob... has gotten solid performances out of his ensemble (Millegan and Fleck are especially good).”- Glenn Lovell, The Mercury News

  • “But all the actors here are pretty enjoyable, from the suave Perrineau... to the adorable ugly-duckling Gillies, the sultry eye candy of Ferlito and the misunderstood teen pout of Millegan.”- Andrew O'Nehir, Salon.com 

  • “...Vanessa Ferlito, Isabel Gillies, John Fleck and Eric Millegan all stand out and I expect to see them in the spotlight again very soon.”- Kage Alan, Moda Mag

Eric Millegan's Birthday Cabaret

  • “Every birthday party should be so much fun! His August birthday was quite befitting the august assembly of press and celebrities in the audience...this one-hour celebration was 100% fun.”- Stu Hamstra, Cabaret Hotline

  • “Fresh faced and as overzealous as a kid in a candy store, Eric Millegan... proceeded to wow the crowd with his natural charm, good looks, and enough talent to make contemporaries quit the business. He's that good. In fact, he has so much going for him that he just might be the next Matthew Broderick...this golden boy seems ripe to secure his spot in the big time and become a musical theatre fixture. His inherent qualities as a performer are exceptional... Move over, Hugh Jackman. Here comes Eric.”- John Hoglund, Backstage