"Sara Renee Morris delivers a standout performance as the deeply troubled, emotionally-ridden Ophelia. Miss Morris has a clear journey from first line to beautifully-choreographed suicide, a journey that is effective on its own and in how it impacts Miss Kobori, Miss Piccotto, and Miss Weinstein’s reactions."
- Hamlet, Marc Gonzalez, The Road to 1,000 Blog
"Ms. Morris's realistically self-effacing portrayal of an idol-worshipping and devoted wife just keeps you guessing."
- The Hollow, Janet Grant, Tri-City Voice
"...and his eager-to-please but socially awkward wife Gerda (movingly anxious Sara Renee Morris)..."
- The Hollow, Sam Hurwitt, San Jose Mercury News
"And Sara Renee Morris is convincing as the secretary and femme fatale, Vera Claythorne."
- And Then There Were None, Janet Grant, Tri-City Voice
"...housewife named Nan Carter (the excellent Sara Renée Morris)"
- Exit, Pursued by a Bear, Paul Myrvold, Paul Myrvold's Theatre Notes
"Sara Renée Morris is subtle yet strong as Nan, the abused wife. She is confused by her situation; she loves all animals and works with them during the day, and comes home to her drunken, self-pitying slob of a husband, who tries to make her butcher a deer he killed. She loves him, but must escape his hold. She puts all that confusion in her face; a fine job."
- Exit, Pursued by a Bear, John Orr, Regarding Arts
"Nan Carter is bright and articulate and at the end of her rope....Sara Renée Morris' Nan is clearly emotionally exhausted and frayed; every hesitation displays the dynamic that kept her with loutish husband Kyle for so long. It's amazing to see how much more vivacity and confidence she gains in flashback scenes to her early dates with Kyle, before life with him wore her down."
- Exit, Pursued by a Bear, Sam Hurwitt, San Jose Mercury News
"Morris carries the weight of the play's message, and does a good job of balancing serious moments with farce."
- Exit, Pursued by a Bear, Jeanie K. Smith, Talkin' Broadway
"The principal actors, notably Rahamim, Rhone, Marquis, Kopp, and Morris, nicely balance the humor and the more serious themes, capturing the honesty of their characters."
- Coney Island Christmas, Jeanie K. Smith, Talkin' Broadway
"...Sara Renée Morris get(s) a chance to shine in the opening "Going Home" and make the most of it. They are believable as a couple and show a sure touch for physical humor."
- Christmas Shorts, Charlie McCollum, San Jose Mercury News
"David McGuire (Joe) and Sara Renee Morris (Sunny) work great together. She is a delight portraying the typical southern bell"
- Last Night of Ballyhoo, Mauricio Segura, Tri-City Voice
"Sara Renee Morris plays his wife-wanna-be with a genuine pleasing gusto."
-Incorruptible, W. Fred Crow, Milpitas Post