"...it gives a wide berth for broad comedy. And Mr. de La Lombana, fills it to the hilt."
New York Times, review of “Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter” by Mario Vargas Llosa.
"Mr. de La Lombana has a terrifically rooted and in-the-body presence"
New York Times, review of “Love in the Times of Cholera” by Gabriel García Márquez.
"De Lombana has us laughing all the way. An astute observer of human gesture and tone, he turns the loan officer in the wind."
Berkshire Fine Arts, review of “El Crédito” by Jordi Galcerán.
"Zampano -the magnetic Luis Carlos de La Lombana – who holds his own against any comparisons to Anthony Quinn who portrayed Zampano in the Fellini/Pinelli/Flaiano film."
Oscar E. Moore, Talk Entertainment, review of “La Strada” by Federico Fellini.
"It’s Luis Carlos de La Lombana’s enormously appealing and deeply felt portrayal of Young Man that pulls theatergoers through the production."
Backstage, review of “As five years pass” by Federico García Lorca.
"Luis Carlos de La Lombana marvelously embodies the frayed poetic strands of Lorca’s musings. He caroms between bitterness and giddy hope, strangled desires streaking across his face with astonishing force."
New York Times, “Fiancé, Tied in Poetic Knots”, review of “As Five Years Pass” by Federico garcía Lorca.
"Luis Carlos de La Lombana gives a remarkable performance as Segismundo, a man imprisoned from birth by his father, the King, in reaction to a prophecy. De La Lombana presents an intense physical engagement with the language and wonderfully melds the bestial and contemplative components of the character. As philosophical queries and despair pour from his throat his invisible chains are tangible."
NYTheater.com, review of “Life is a Dream” by Calderon de la Barca.
"De La Lombana gives a powerful and endearing performance."
Theater is Easy, review of “Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter” by Mario Vargas Llosa.