Mark Fisher, The Guardian
"Sensuous and alarming, Jocelyn LoSole does an emotional striptease to a crackly voiceover of Morgan’s The Death of Marilyn Monroe, her flesh scrawled with words of abuse: Marilyn as the original mass-media victim."
Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman
"The range of Morgan’s work is truly stunning, embracing everything from the near-documentary realism...to his evocation of the death of Marilyn Monroe, vividly delivered by Jocelyn LoSole".
Lynn Slotkins, Intermission Magazine
"She played Dahlia the brothel madam in the Randolph College for the Performing Arts’ production of Moll. She was seductive, tough, charming, formidable, and ruthless in that role."