" Dorrepaal, with a long mane of blonde hair and mischievous eyes, portrays the eccentric Tracy with the simmering pyrotechnics of a woman on the edge. In a moment, she can go from playfully alluring to brutally dismissive, struggling to control her anger and her need to love with an equal amount of perplexed misguidance. "
Long Island Entertainment - May 2001
"... and one can allow oneself to be hypnotized by the music, perfectly synched with the images, but especially by the very deliberate performance of the desperada Julia (Eva Dorrepaal). In every scene that she appears the actress inexorably attracts the viewer's eye and never gives the impression of playing a role."
Eric Peretti, Sueurs Froides, France - November 2012
" Dorrepaal is an intriguing actress... Under the guide of a less gifted actress, this triadic approach could have been confusing, but Dorrepaal is a masterful performer. And funny too."
Offoffonline - January 2016
" Dorrepaal brings to life two women so exquisitely individuated that the memory of this magnetic, one-women play lingers as though performed by a diverse, brilliant cast. Dorrepaal's wit and timing strike the ideal balance with lightness and laughter. Self-effacing humor, dark comedy, impromptu witticisms and hilarious impersonations add yet more color to this kaleidoscopic tribute to love, truth and creativity. I thought I knew about Mata Hari, Now, I do."
Theaterpizzazz - January 2016