"Nichols has a particular talent for communicating a painter’s palette of emotions with a single stoic expression, something that comes through extremely well in the Annex’s smaller, more intimate theater space. Their performance in that regard appears to take a few cues from Sigourney Weaver’s turn as Ellen Ripley in the Alien films: a hardened combat vet with a soft side very few ever see, yet is just barely perceptible even when at their coldest. "
- Drama in the Hood:
"Rose kept the imbalance of Catherine's mental state in vocal and physical choices. Their representations felt real and in the moment at all times."
- Goldfish Publishers;
impressive vocal range
...strong vocal, and comedic ability throughout."
I Love You, You're Perfect,
"Nichols' keeps emotional pace bridging character gaps between 200 years - between rudderless Emma and headstrong Annie Rose"
-Get Out Magazine;