“The talented Shirley Roeca is sublimely funny as Ana.”

TOOTH AND CLAW-Philadelphia CityPaper

“An extraordinary performance is rendered by Shirley Roeca (as the Medicine Woman) who brings to mind the physical comedy of Art Carney.”


“The funniest and most fulfilled performance in SeaGull is tendered by Shirley Roeca as the passionately pessimistic Masha.  Roeca is clearly a clever and charismatic comic actress.”

SEAGULL-Back Stage West

“Shirley Roeca is deliberately ingratiating offering a spry, assured, and clockwork comedic performance.”


“Shirley Roeca, in her NYC debut as Lady M, was a revelation.  Appropriately  garbed in red, she was bug eyed with intensity, using the entire range of her mellifluous voice.  Macbeth was at his best when she shared the stage.”

MACBETH-Buzz NYC/LA (Internet Theater Reviews)

“Shirley Roeca, making her NYC debut, filled the theater with a mixture of passion and insanity, proving to be among the best of the Lady Macbeth’s I’ve seen to date.”

MACBETH-Manhattan Spirit

“Shirley Roeca beautifully brings to life and is outstanding in a variety of roles.”

MACHINAL-San Francisco Examiner

“Shirley Roeca’s passing floozy is delectably funny.”

THE ROSE TATTOO-Bay Area Reporter

“Shirley Roeca, who stepped into the role of Polyxena 10 days ago, is astonishing in voice and body conveying the terror and defiance of a 14 year old girl facing death before she has had a chance to live.”

HECUBA-San Jose Mercury News

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