[Arron is] incredible. [His] articulated “army” movement of the character is theatrically compelling and creates high contrast when the men are not engaged in army activities. In addition, [the company creates] very clear character traits within the decorum of army movement. This is most obvious in Arron Lloyd. Since the characters are from various parts of the country, there are a few different accents on stage and each actor remains distinct throughout the performance. Times Chronicles on Arron Lloyd in Soldier's Play
The Perry's Mission with Negro Ensemble Company Directed by Allie Woods [Arron has] impeccable timing...does [his] part to make [his] character sympathetic and likable http://www.theasy.com/Reviews/2017/R/rosaleepritchettandtheperrysmission.php [Arron} excels at playing a comical teenager http://www.theaterscene.net/plays/offbway-plays/rosalee-pritchett-perrys-mission/darryl-reilly/
Blue Bloods on CBS - October 2013
"He's starting to get a taste of the dream with his latest role in CBS's upcoming 7th episode of Blue Bloods" -Hartford Courant
The Last Days of Judas Iscariot Review - October 2010
"The play was very ground breaking with an amazing script and the actors performed perfectly..." -Loumarie Rodriguez The Daily Campus
"This Connecticut Repertory Theater production has a company of undergraduate BFA students and MFA candidates - designers and actors - whose work not only demonstrates the successful selection of people with a decided aptitude for the theater arts, but have now shown the polish of high-quality, personalized training..."
"Arron Lloyd and Bryan Swormstedt play the role of Judas and Jesus on alternate nights. The night I attended, Lloyd was Judas and Swormstedt was Jesus, and both were excellent in their respective roles..."-Kory Loucks Journal Inquirer November 5, 2010