"CLEVER HOMININI", WILD SPACE DANCE COMPANY 5/15- MilwaukeeMag.com "It begins with Sopoci Drake on hands and feet, slowly and sinuously moving across the stage, torso flexed this way then that. From there, it erupts into precise duets. More floor work, with decisive and controlled vocabulary." pdf version
FLORENTINE OPERA, SEMELE 2/09- JSOnline "A supporting case comprising Jason Abrams, Jason Hardy, Greer Davis-Brown, Rafael Luquis and dancer Katie Sopoci were perfect." "The Florentine Opera Chorus - 20 voices for this show - sang, danced and acted with a level of skill, confidence and naturalness I never imagined possible." "...the best Florentine show I've seen in 26 years of watching." pdf version
GOODBYE TO KATIE SOPOCI 6/09- Journal Sentinel "She is a fine dancer, with a particular sinuous quality. Sopoci had studied capoeira, the Brazilian dance/martial arts form, and absorbed its pantherine, low-to-the-ground idiom. It was always a thrill to see this lithe, beautiful woman move in that way. She also has great awareness of her body as a sculptural object. She arranges herself in the most arresting ways and is as fascinating in stillness as in motion." pdf version
WILD SPACE DANCE COMPANY, BALANCING FORCES 11/07 - Journal Sentinel "These dancers are adept at fluid and expressive movement through the torso. Sopoci makes a specialty of such movement. I suspect that we have her to thank for intermittently flooding this show with a sinuous, sensual beauty that was most beautiful of all on Sopoci's own body."