Stage Voices says: "We owe significant pieces of the American canon of dramatic literature to Theodore Mann — without him, we might not understand the definition or recognize the richness of our inheritance." Read more here.
On Nov. 29, 2009 the New York Times Paperback Best Seller page
wrote about Journeys in the Night saying:
“Mann, who helped found Circle in the Square, New York’s first nonprofit theater, and is its longtime artistic director, recalls bohemian Greenwich Village and the Circle’s history. In the Book Review, Blake Wilson praised the book’s “good story” and “great cast” — including Tennessee Williams, Eugene O’Neill, Sam Shepard, Vanessa Redgrave, Dustin Hoffman and many others. A DVD of reminiscences is included.”