…Stefanie Mueller steals much of the show with a portrayal full of emotional complexity, casual amorality and hysterically funny audience-involving deliberations.”

(The British Theatre Review; Claire Hayes 2019/20)


…Stefanie Mueller’s wicked stepmother – splendidly extravagant

designer Mueller, moonlighting from her scene-stealing role as the Queen

(The Stage 2019/20)

"...Unexpectedly, though, it’s Stefanie Mueller’s wonderfully complex Wicked Stepmother who provides the story’s heart, humanising the homicidally vain aristocrat with a real sense of emotional frailty. " ****
(Snow White; The Stage 2018)

The set – also by Mueller – is simple but effective …. a richly realised, storybook world.” ****

(Snow White; The Stage 2018)

"... infectious"  Beautilully touching ****

(Prelude to a Coat; The Reviews Hub; Brighton fringe)

“…Erna (magnificently played by Stefanie Mueller)… "
(Homeland Fox21; S5E11/12;  Variety)


"Stefanie Mueller fizzes with stage presence..."

(Around the world in 80 Days, The Stage 2014/15)

'Steffi Mueller is showstoppingly good..  The design is full of playful invention and imagination...'

(Around the World in 80 days; Tobacco Factory in Bristol 24/7  2015)


Stefanie Mueller's frantic Frenchman, Passepartout - a winning comedy sidekick with a fabulous moustache. The humour is pitched just right: smart, sometimes silly ... and with a hint of Buster Keaton at times."

(Around the The World in 80 days, Cambridge Edition 2014/15)


"Stefanie Mueller's Passepartout was hilarious .... Stefanie's ingenious set..."

(Around the World in 80 days, Grapevine 2014/15)


"Passepartout, played by Stefanie Mueller, steals the show."

(Around the World in 80 days; Local Secrets 2014/15)


"Mueller plays the comic Passepartout with such enthusiasm and eloquence. Her energy bounces off the restraint of Bonger and highlights both of their phenomenal talents."

(Around the World in 80 Days; The Public Review 2014/15)


"The costumes are enviably wrought (you will want a pocketwatch and a top hat immediately), and visually the set is stunning, transforming and morphing before your eyes into a kaleidoscope of countries and modes of transportation.
Stefanie Mueller's Passepartout, Fogg's loyal manservant, absolutely steals the show..."

(Around The World in 80 Days; Cambridge News 2014/15)


Playful and heartbreaking ... charm oozing from every pore"

(Hansel & Gretel, NIE for the Tobacco Factory, Lyn Gardner Guardian 2013)


Stefanie Mueller, gets under the skin of a fearful and wide-eyed four year old and plays her without affectation, a rare gift.

….Mueller also has an artistic genius for styling, doubling as the show’s designer”

(Hansel & Gretel, NIE for the Tobacco Factory, Venue Bristol 2012/13)


Stefanie Muller’s ‘Prelude to a Coat’, was a more joyful affair. Always a consummate performer, her one-woman show fizzed with ideas and delight…”

(Mike Levy localsecrets)


Stefanie Mueller’s designs are gorgeous

(Review of The Doubtful Guest, The Scotsman, 2009)


“… skill, Panache and masterful grasp of dialogue… supremely talented… the best performers of the festival.”

(Review for Correspondence, Three weeks, Edinburgh Fringe 2008)


 “Beautiful… outstanding performance

(Review for Correspondence, Observer, 2008)


The real star of the show is Stefanie Mueller’s set

(Review of The Impostor, The Stage, 2006)


Best of all is Stefanie Mueller, hysterical in both senses, as spoilt Anna, and hideous as Edward’s mother, staggering about the stage, wielding her two sticks like a gigantic tarantula.”

(Review of The Impostor, BBC, 2006)


“The setting was a perfect backdrop for this incisive exploration of hypocrisy and deceit...

 For sheer versatility, however, plaudits to Stefanie Mueller for her dual role as stick-wielding granny and a young girl…”.”

(Review of The Impostor, South Wales News, 2006)


Stefanie Mueller’s superb design

(Review of My Uncle Arly, The Stage 2003)