Paradise Blue, City Theatre (2022)
“…Eunice Woods is the last to appear onstage and immediately commands it. Gash guides Woods’ oozing confidence that’s seated in, but not defined by, her sexuality…”
– onStage Pittsburgh
Ohio State Murders, Goodman Theatre (2021)
Woods makes Young Suzanne’s struggles feel real, especially as she navigates the difficulties of new motherhood and the unbearable tragedy she faces.
– Broadway World
…stopping now and then to drop in “postcard pictures” of herself as a young girl (played with charming subtlety by Eunice Woods)
– Chicago Theatre Review
Pipeline, Alabama Shakespeare Festival (2019)
The play… is dominated by a wonderful performance by Eunice Woods as Nya…the acting is excellent. Woods is superb.
– Montgomery Advertiser
Her Portmnateau, American Conservatory Theater (2019)
Eunice Woods radiates simmering, restless rage as Iniabasi, evoked in bluntly withering remarks but also in a palpable sense of helpless, frustrated distress.
– Mercury News
In the play’s denouement, her tears flow freely as she finally opens her emotional portmanteau to discover there’s far more room inside than she had been letting on
– Talkin’ Broadway