“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.”

ICARUS AND ARIA-Back Stage West



“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.”

WANT’S UNWISHED WORK-LA Weekly



“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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