"(Johnna) was perfectly performed by Emilia Stubbs-Grigoriou."
Paul Kiely, Absoulte Theatre
"(Johnna is) played with quiet observant intensity by Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou"
AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY
"Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou is gently radiant as Johnna"
Jason Blake, Audrey Journal
“It’s Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou’s Juliet that sweeps it away. Gone are the wistful, sighing, middle-distance-gazing mannerisms of many classic Shakespeare performances, to be replaced with pouts, carefree enthusiasm and the manic distractedness of a twelve-year-old. Emilia reminds us with her absurdly expressive face that Juliet is nothing more than an early teenager, helping bring perspective a great deal of reality into the old classic.”
Sam Baran - 2ser & Static Cling on Sydney Shakespeare Company's Romeo and Juliet
TROILUS AND CRESSIDA
"Emilia Stubbs-Grigoriou brings some fire to the stage as Cassandra."
Jason Blake, Audrey Journal
Emilia Stubbs is eerily believable as the cursed Cassandra"
Olivia Watson, Sydney Scoop
"Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou is strong as the prophesizing Cassandra"
Martin Portus, Stage Whispers
"Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou is all angst and frustrated intellect as Guildenstern, delivering a striking performance that conveys a veneer of brittle smugness shot through with moments of surprisingly moving emotion, as the existential panic really starts to set in."
Jack Teiwes - Australian Stage Online on Furies Theatre's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead
"The title duo, played by Benjamin Winckle and Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou are both outstanding as the syrupy, doomed partners."
Matthew Raven -The Buzz From Sydney on Sydney Shakespeare Company's "Romeo and Juliet"
"Krystiann Dingas and Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou are Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, both passionate and expressive, help us distil one of the densest theatrical masterpieces, to achieve a level of immersion and comprehension that is admittedly rare in iterations of Stoppard’s work. Both actors are confident, dynamic and very likeable..."
Suzy Wrong - Suzy Goes See on Furies theatre's "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead"
"Grigoriou’s innocent, passionate and petulant Juliet drove the production."
Lynden Jones - Talking Arts on Sydney Shakespeare Company's "Romeo and Juliet"
"Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou made for a feisty, strident Juliet."
David Kary - Sydney Arts Guide on Sydney Shakespeare Company's "Romeo and Juliet"
"Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou impressed as Dorian’s other flame, the more smoldering, intense Allison."
David Kary - Sydney Arts Guide on The Picture of Dorian Gray
"Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou and Krystiann Dingas play Gwendolen and Cecily respectively, hamming up their roles delightfully, playing to the antiquated notions of the feminine with wit and over-the-top caricature. It’s really the only way to play these thoroughly old-fashioned millies these days, and they do a great job "
Lisa Thatcher on Furies Theatre's "The Importance of Being Earnest"
"Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou is suitably restrained and yet enigmatic as the sweet girl. Hers is another difficult role...but Grigoriou gives her a subtle cleverness that updates the character, making her pertinent."
Lisa Thatcher on Enigoma's "La Ronde"
"Also memorable is Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou as The Sweet Girl. The actor has marvelous presence, and delivers a surprisingly truthful performance... the conflicting qualities of innocence and lust that define her character are balanced well."
Suzy Wrong - Suzy Goes See on Enigma's "La Ronde"
"Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou brought a fierce determination and immovable resolution to her Antigone, helping to ground the production in a real world of emotion, grief and tragedy."
Glenn Saunders - Spell of the Waking Hours on Furies Theatre's "Antigone: The Burial at Thebes"
"With Evelyn, LaBute has created a chilling, haunting role and Emilia Stubbs Grigoriou... is up for it and gives a strong performance."
David Kary - Sydney Arts Guide on Hot Room Theatre Group's "The Shape of Things"