"Eileen Sugameli played a challenging role with aplomb... Her final emotional tearing away from Eddie was one of the capstones of the production."
-A View from the Bridge (Bruce Weis - The Island Current)
Played Nina in Hidden
"The principal characters, David (Michael Lopetrone) and Nina (Eileen Sugameli)... performances exude grace, authenticity and maturity, with a particular knack for plumbing the complicated depths of their quickly intensifying and even more rapidly evolving interpersonal linkage."
--Noah Simon Jampol, Thinking Theater NYC
“Nina Reszki, a Columbia University doctoral candidate born in Poland, is expertly played by Eileen Sugameli as a 25-year-old woman whose maturity is mixed with flashes of emotional uncertainty from her youth.”
Scotty Bennett, TheatreScene.net
Played Bobbie in FUKT-
A new uplifting dark comedy that inspires us to own our past and get on with our lives.
“The innocence and charm of the three characters amplified the compassionate commiserations of the observer...This cast deserves high praise for maintaining the challenging, complex characters and tensions while also charming and engaging viewers who could not resist being sympathetic and moved. Their performances were effective, stimulating, and inventive.”
-Edward A Kliszus, Front Row Center
" Phenomenal Dark Comedy ... Mack, as a self-protectively defiant Barbara; Sugameli as a Bobbie who is both childlike and haunted beyond her years; and White as the woman finding it more difficult than expected to tell the story that she plans to tell and to assimilate her past and present selves all give spellbinding performances."
-John R. Ziegler and Leah Richards, Thinking Theater NYC
Cast in The West Virginian Starfish in one of four roles out of 773 submissions and 80 self-tapes. The award-winning script was shot on location. It won Best Short at the Long Island International Film Expo and the Bergen International Film Festival, and received 15 other nominations. "The performances of its main actors make it a film that one would want to return to." -Indie Shorts Mag.
Performed in Live Source Theatre's production of PARX, playing 7 zany characters differing in gender, age, and even species!
Performed one-woman virtual magic shows with Urban Stages
Played a lead role in Voorhees, a Friday the 13th fan film with over 3 million views on YouTube
YouTube channel featured in over 20 newspapers including the Charlotte Observer article "Virus Lockdowns have people baking for the first time. The results are horrifying."
First female lead of That Chemistry Show
Lab assistant in the Drama Desk Award-Winning That Physics Show
Featured role in We Only Know So Much starring Jeanne Tripplehorn, Donal Logue, Robert John Burke, and Noah Schnapp-
*Best Feature at the Big Apple Film Festival (2018)
#13 (U/S) in The Wolves at Studio Theatre-
*Helen Hayes Award Winner- Best Ensemble and Best Choreography
Ensemble in The Skin of Our Teeth at Theatre for a New Audience
*Won 2 Obie Awards