“But the most impressive design element is Jeffrey Levin's soundscape: encyclopedic in its reach, textured and constantly surprising, it brings unity to the splintered worlds of the text and the story.” - Hector F. Pasqual, Picture this Post, reviews ‘What of the Night’ Cor + Stage Left Theatre

“Jeffrey Levin’s award worthy sound design and original music which really ascend the heights of shock as if you were seeing a movie and reminding us of how important aural elements can be in theatre” - The Dueling Critics WDCB 90.9 FM, Kelly Kleiman and Jonathan Abarbanel, reviews Steep Theatre's ‘HOOKMAN’ 

“…while Jeffrey Levin’s unique sound design brings to mind the electroacoustic soundtrack created for Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 classic film, ‘The Birds.’” - Colin Douglass reviews ‘Map of Virtue’ Cor Theatre

“Under Music Director Jeffrey Levin, the music, featuring guitars, keyboard, fiddle, harmonica, is a perfect soundtrack to the drama.  Just like in the movies, the tunes change the tone for an uh-oh-something-bad-is-going-down warning.  The sound is a cross between chain-gang blues and Hell’s Angels rock.” - Katy Walsh reviews ‘In God’s Hat’ Profiles Theatre

“The real star of the show, however, is Jeffrey Levin's ebullient score of Sinatra-era pop” - Mary Shen Barnidge reviews ‘All’s Well That End’s Well’ Stage Left Theatre

"Employing a powerful sound design and original musical score by Jeffrey Levin, along with simple, yet stylish period costumes by Christina Leinicke, this production is both poetic and emotionally charged" | "...the sound and original music (Jeffrey Levin) at times is breathtaking!" - Alan Bresloff and Colin Douglass review 'Machinal' Greenhouse Theatre 

"The sounds (designed by Jeffrey Levin) were really loud and totally awesome. The best sound EVER was the BURP!!!!!!!!!! All the BURPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" - Gunnar (5 yrs old) reviews ‘Junie B. Jones Jingle Bells Batman Smells’ Emerald City Theatre