Columbus Underground Review of 9 to 5: “Nicole Sterling’s choreography, with its sense of everyone always being in motion but also going in circles, amping up that intensity while highlighting the cyclical-but-not-moving-forward sense of much of office life.”

Davis Enterprise Review of Disaster!: “The guests are great, particularly Nicole Sterling as Sister Mary Downy… Her ‘Never Can Say Goodbye’ is a highlight.”

Broadway World Review of Disaster!: “The show’s superstar, however, comes in the form of piousness… Sister Mary Downy is played by Nicole Sterling… whose physical comedy is spot-on and her big number, ‘Never Can Say Goodbye,’ left everyone in tears of hilarity… This show boasts such a strong ensemble that I wish there had been more group numbers. ‘Hot Stuff’ and ‘Knock on Wood’ were two of the highlights of the evening, showcasing choreography by Nicole Sterling…”

Davis Enterprise Review of Murder for Two: “According to director Nicole Sterling, the recipe for a successful musical comedy mystery is one part Agatha Christie, one part British music hall, and one part Marx Brothers. She has blended these parts beautifully in the Sacramento Theatre Company wacky whodunnit…”

Sacramento Press Review of Man of La Mancha: “…Nicole Sterling is captivating as Aldonza…”

Sacramento Bee Review of Man of La Mancha: “Rounding out the trio of lead characters is Nicole Sterling, whose expressive voice conveys her suffering and eventual redemption as she transforms on stage from the real-world abused barmaid Aldonza to the soulful Lady Dulcinea…”


“…[Nicole’s] patience and professionalism have stood out. Getting 10 kids from a wide age range to coherently sing a song together over Zoom seems to me like an impossible task.  But somehow [Nicole has] done it.  And my kids have both really enjoyed the experience.” – I. Marrs, Parent of Elementary Students in an Online Musical Revue Class