Mata Hari - Without question, Mitchell gave a riveting performance.
— Broadway World
By taking a physical rather than vocal approach, Mitchell’s performance is a strong one: nervous and taut, Mata Hari comes across like a caged animal, constantly in search of the moment she can bolt.
— The Village Voice
Mata Hari - Tina Mitchell (gave a) magnetic performance. On stage throughout, she commanded every scene, and her lithe movements handsomely served the opera’s balletic requirements.
— Classical Voice America
Miss Julia - Tina Mitchell uniquely embodies the female protagonist’s ambiguous personality using a combination of playful, ironic and melodramatic registers.
— Corriere Spettacolo, Napoli
Tina Mitchell is solid as Lady Macbeth. Her portrayal clearly shows a woman
who is possessed, persuasive and determined. Her slow progression into insanity, with a marvelously played sleep walking scene, is stunning and chilling.
— www.talkingbroadway.com
Mitchell’s Lady Macbeth, for all her frenzied, greedy, disillusioned
fights for power and notoriety, is still tangibly real .... her choices
provide the audience a profoundly sad, desperately struggling woman.
One whose madness we understand.
— www.examiner.com
Manon/Sandra - Mitchell has trained with the SITI company, and it shows:
Her physicality is riveting. As she hurtles manically
through the story of her illicit passion for an overly lavish rosary,
her body speaks the language of obsession, ecstasy
and self-punishment; across the stage.
— Emily Hoffman - Time Out Magazine, New York
Mitchell delivers an appropriately grating, physically brave performance as Manon
— Stephen Kaliski - www.nytheatre.com
The Most Massive Woman Wins - All four actors provide raw and evocative performances...
Tina Mitchell is admirably brutal as Rennie
— Adelaide Theatre Review