"Sheila Joon Azim 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 Azim 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 Azim 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, (Director, Get me Roger Stone) "The Brooklyn Optimist"
...Sheila Joon Azim (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 (Azim) (as Jack's ward, Cecily) is one of the strongest moments of the production..." -Byrne Harrison, oobr.com
...Sheila Joon Azim comes up with a suitably silly Cecily Cardew." -Joseph Hurley, The Irish Echo
"..In a relatively minor role as the second maiden, Sheila Joon Azim had a small but fully supported voice; it gave her a real inner power. " -Louis Lopardi, Artzine.