"Sheila Joon plays Claire, the white teacher who gets fired. She is fiery and outspoken, but also with a tender vulnerability that makes her delightful to watch in this role."- Theater That Matters, Carefully Taught https://theaterthatmatters.wordpress.com/
"Sheila Joon as Lady Macbeth's Maid/Lady Macduff undergoes the most convincing and drastic transformation among the actors playing multiple roles, ensuring there is no way we could be confused by the switch" -Macbeth 2011, nytheatre.com http://nytheatre.com/showpage.aspx?s=macb12205
"Sheila Joon makes an earthy assertive Louka, the lusty maid who refuses to be put in her place....Joon imbues Louka's seductiveness with a steely determination that can be as chilling as it is charming" Arms and The Man, theateronline.com
"Plucky and mischievous.." -Arms and the Man, nytheatre.com
"...Joon, who slips into the part of Cecily Cardew, delights as the play's ingenue. Striking a nuanced balance between starry-eyed naiveté and nymphette sizzle, Joon is a smart comedienne, who is just as adept at making us laugh as she is at luring us into laughing at her. "Morgan Pehme, The Brooklyn Optimist"
...Sheila Joon (Cecily)... splendid. Joon gets Cecily's girlish preoccupations with romance and with herself exactly right." Martin Denton, nytheatre.com
"Morosco's confrontation in the garden with Sheila Joon (as Jack's ward, Cecily) is one of the strongest moments of the production..."Byrne Harrison, oobr.com"
...Sheila Joon comes up with a suitably silly Cecily Cardew." Joseph Hurley, The Irish Echo"
..In a relatively minor role as the second maiden, Sheila Joon Ostadazim had a small but fully supported voice; it gave her a real inner power. " Louis Lopardi, Artzine. Links to this post