As Young Birdy in BIRDY:

“Spencer Hamp was ideally cast for the key role of Young Birdy, and gave a magical interpretation of the brainy, but troubled hero. His energetic and passionate reading was the mainstay of the performance.”

-Ed Tapper, Edge Media Network

As Alan Strang in EQUUS:

“The boyish Mr. Hamp, sporting a shock of unkempt hair, twists his facial expressions and body in an agile dance of Alan’s emotional and physical upheaval. The actor displays a keen ability to shift with the tide, as he progresses from hostility to grudging cooperation...Mr. Hamp’s fervent performance converges...in an emotional apex when the violent act is revealed.”

-Sharon Eberson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“As his religious fervor, parental fear and burgeoning sexuality become intermingled, Hamp's nuanced and protean performance shifts fluidly between child, man, pilgrim, lover and psychopath...”

-Greg Kerestan, Broadway World

“Hamp’s beguiling work...fills the stage whether he’s in the fetal position under a blanket in the corner or commanding center stage riding high on Nugget’s back.”

-Brian Pope, Pittsburgh in the Round

“Hamp convinces as [Strang], simultaneously feisty, combative, and aggressive, and also insecure and totally cowed.”

-Wendy Arons, The Pittsburgh Tatler

As Edmund in THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE:

“Hamp leavens Edmund’s petulance with enough naïveté to make the character relatable.”

-Dusty Somers, The Seattle Times

As Clown in THE WINTER’S TALE:

“Hamp is delightfully doltish.”

-Starla Smith, Queen Anne News

“Fullerton and Hamp as the kindly shepherds...are hilarious and bring in some wonderful comedy to the show.”

-Jay Irwin, Broadway World

“Spencer Hamp, fresh from his outstanding work in THE BROTHERS K, does double duty as a member of the Sicilian court and a Bohemian bumpkin.”

-Alan Sydney, Drama in the Hood

As Kincaid in THE BROTHERS K:

“And Hamp with the lion's share of the narration still exudes a complete character of the youngest brother trying to find his own way.”

-Jay Irwin, Broadway World

“Spencer Hamp again does some stellar work as the youngest son and narrator.”

-Alan Sydney, Drama in the Hood

As Don in BUZZER:

“Hamp was so comfortable inside this role that when he stepped on stage and said ‘Hi’ several audience members answered ‘Hi’ back. As the white drug abusing friend from a wealthy suburban family, Hamp’s Don had the spoken precision of someone educated at Exeter ...and the fluid body motions of a hangout artist.”

-Mark Douglass, Drama in the Hood

“Spencer Hamp makes Don a real charmer.”

-Misha Berson, The Seattle Times

As Andre in THE WASTE LAND SISTERS:

“Spencer Hamp...masters T.S. Eliot’s lines with true conviction.”

-Alex Reeves, The Broadway Baby

As Cyrano de Bergerac in CYRANO:

“Spencer Hamp as Cyrano puts on a fantastic show that anchors the rest of the cast. He delights in the poetry of his role but even more in the swashbuckling abandon of his character. Everything he does on stage seems to work as though it were the only natural way to perform at all: he shows no self-consciousness, and never acts coyly with the audience. This is a larger-than-life performance of a larger-than-life role and the naturally handsome and charismatic Mr. Hamp plays it to the hilt, with the necessary panache.”

-Omar Wiley, Seattle Star

BIRDY. Commonwealth Shakespeare Company. 2019.

BIRDY. Commonwealth Shakespeare Company. 2019.

EQUUS. Pittsburgh Public Theatre. 2017.

EQUUS. Pittsburgh Public Theatre. 2017.

EQUUS. Pittsburgh Public Theatre. 2017.

EQUUS. Pittsburgh Public Theatre. 2017.

THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE. Seattle Children’s Theatre. 2016

THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE. Seattle Children’s Theatre. 2016

THE BROTHERS K. Book-It Repertory Theatre. 2016.

THE BROTHERS K. Book-It Repertory Theatre. 2016.

THE WASTE LAND SISTERS. Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe. 2014.

THE WASTE LAND SISTERS. Summerhall, Edinburgh Fringe. 2014.

CYRANO. Undergraduate Theater Society. 2013.

CYRANO. Undergraduate Theater Society. 2013.