NYBlueprint interview by Julia Gorin - "New Einstein Play Reveals His Simple Complexities" (pdf) (online article)

Reviews and Kind Words

"It’s Sheilagh Weymouth who takes this production to new heights as Sonia, a character that can appear on the surface almost witchy (yes, there’s a rhyming word that fits here, too), but Weymouth manages to make Sonia very sympathetic; we want to hug her to make the bad memories go away."
Sierra Lodestar, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

"Sheilagh Weymouth gives a formidable and seamless performance as the droll and depressed Sonia."
The Union Democrat, for Sierra Repertory Theatre’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

"… and some are flat-out excellent, as in Who You Got to Believe, the story of two people who bond over their losses in post-Katrina New Orleans. Economically written by Charlene A. Donaghy, beautifully directed by Zoya Kachadurian, and movingly acted by Sheilagh Weymouth and L.B. Williams, Who You Got to Believe is the sort of play that reminds me why I go to evenings of one acts!"
Review, Short Takes

"You were great in the play. Nuanced and sensuous, tender and heartbreaking. Well done."
John Augustine, Playwright/Director/Actor, regarding Einstein

"Frankly I am dumb struck! YOU, were just amazing. Every performance you were in, you morphed into the character beyond anyone's hope to see it portrayed so well. It was as if you had studied the works for weeks and retrieved every nuance of your life's experience to bring those performances to the stage.  I AM ON BENDED KNEE, with rose and a Brava at your feet."
Jay Eisenberg, Playwright, The Fear Of Everything

"I had the privilege of seeing you do several cold readings at a performance put on by the Bucks County Playhouse, and I was amazed at your ability to transform into completely different characters and show a range of emotions so fluidly. You altered your voice, your expressions, your body language and even the cadence of your speech to capture the inner life of the characters. Even though you weren’t involved in any of the scenes I wrote, I sought you out after the performance to tell you how brilliant your acting was. I became a Sheilagh Weymouth fan that day, and I can’t wait to see you act again!"
John McDonnell, Playwright

"Sheilagh, I just wanted to thank you again for bringing your great presence and personality to our series.  It was my pleasure to direct you in our scenes together and Michael was thrilled to have you on in his episodes.  You performed so well with all our cast and looked great doing it. I'm glad we did this together. It was a blast."  
Aleks Arcabascio, co-producer, co-writer and co-director of Artistically Challenged

"Sheilagh -- You're such a pro and I'm so glad I found you. You rocked that cougar mama role. That ass-grabbing looks pretty good on camera. You were great to work with and I look forward to including you in future projects."
Shelley Cheung, Filmmaker, Men Are Dogs

"Good work tonight! I am mesmerized by your honesty and intensity. I thank you for your impeccable work and attitude."
Kelly Taffe, Director, Wedding Band, Artistic Director Harlem Drama Studio

"You are a consummate actress. I like the way you say "Oy!""
Jay Prasad, Playwright, Einstein (this one always makes me giggle)

"Sheilagh, You made the movie! I can't begin to convey my deep respect and admiration for the work you did in front and behind the camera. You kept me on my toes, kept the questions coming and always tried things differently. To me you embody the qualities of a truly great artist and I can't wait to work with you again. Earnestly, Michael."
Michael Minard, Filmmaker, REinc

"Dear Sheilagh, I was hoping to see you, but you were surrounded by adoring fans on the sidewalk of 54th. I wanted to congratulate you and tell you how much I enjoyed getting a chance to see you on stage and to hear the beginning of what I'm sure will be a very compelling story. Your voice and stage presence are divine, my dear, and you deserve all the flowers strangers will continue to give you. Xoxoxox, Robert."
Robert Fields, playwright and novelist, after solo show Ridgewood

"hey sheilagh. thank you so much for coming in today! you were really fantastic. you looked great for the part and delivered your lines perfectly. everyone i talked to thought you were lovely as well. and perfectly cast. so, thank you a ton. best, will."
Will McCord, filmmaker Casual Encounters

"Sheilagh, you are the consummate professional. You have great range from dramatic to comedic and quite adept at both. You arrived with your character fully developed and that made our working relationship truly collaborative and such a wonderful treat!"
Whitney Hamilton, Filmmaker, TuLips

"You’re a blessing to work with and an amazingly talented actress. Thank you for making me look like I know what I am doing."
RJ Lucci, Director, Wingwoman Testimonials

“Dear Sheilagh - Thank you so much for your great work over the last two weeks. You brought Puma to life in a way I never imagined, and created this full rich animal that I never expected. I am so glad you said yes to doing it and I have loved watching you work. Thanks also for your amazing support throughout the process. Hopefully we will work together again!  much love,  christian”
Director Christian Colson, from Singer Clashes With Cougar

“Sheilagh, thank you so much for the kind gift of your work today! You were amazing. Joe was blown away as we all were. You were brilliant. You have my heartfelt thanks and profound respect.
Director Christopher Carter Sanderson, from Homecoming