Theatre Review: Miracle On 34th Street, Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool starring Caitlin Berry & Tim Parker

"Caitlin Berry is a great choice as Doris Walker: her rendition of It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas was utterly spectacular and most certainly a highlight of the show."

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Festive Theatre Review: Miracle on 34th Street, Playhouse, Liverpool

"Berry’s voice is outstanding, and she plays Walker with just the right blend of spike and vulnerability. And her fellow performers hold their own."

Northern Soul | Read Full →

Review: Aspects of Love, Hayes Theatre

"Berry has a delightful vocal depth, her final solo section of ‘Anything But Lonely’ is breathtakingly good."

Arts Hub | Read Full →

SHE LOVES ME Is An Utterly Adorable Confection Of Captivating Classic Musical Charm

"Berry has a beautifully clear classically trained tone which helps reinforce Balash's more reserved nature whilst having a cheeky expression and physicality as she butts heads with Georg with a confident comic style reminiscent of Christine Baranski"

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Theatre Review: She Loves Me

"Caitlin Berry is outstanding as Amalia Balash, the “She” in She Loves Me. Triple threat Berry first impressed me in Ruthless! The Musical in fine company and has deservedly been in constant work ever since."

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"Caitlin Berry’s Amalia is brash, confident and vulnerable by turns. And her comedy chops are well on display in the shoe sequence. She is funny and fragile and a delight to watch."

Stage Art | Read Full →

Melba: Theatre Review

"Berry’s twinkling secret weapon of support roles – and a strong ensemble to boot, wearing many hats with aplomb – Melba is a success in casting and performance."

Time Out Sydney | Read Full →

Grey Gardens Review

"Berry was the highlight of my evening, glowing with that rather ephemeral star quality, and the two guys have voices I could listen to all night."

Australian Stage | Read Full →

Loving Repeating: Frank Galati doesn’t have the heart to edit Stein’s words

"[Berry's] acting — her occupation of the role — is so assured, so captivating, that any second spent looking away from her feels like a wasted second."

The Australian | Read Full →

Loving Repeating Review

"Caitlin Berry as young Gertrude is both beautiful and impressive with all the stage presence that WAAPA graduates always bring and she sings like an angel." | Read Full →

On Stage With Idols: Joining Her Heroes in Musical

"Caitlin Berry is living the dream, performing alongside her idols in the upcoming production of Ruthless! at the Seymour Centre"

NewsLocal | Read Full →

Relentlessly funny Broadway satire Ruthless! offers bang for bucks

"Caitlin Berry nails her twin roles as Tina's nemesis Louise and as Eve, Ginger's backstabbing personal assistant"

Sydney Morning Herald | Read Full →

Brisbane arts year in review: Top 5 Musicals in 2013

"The genius in this America-spawned satire’s first Australian outing was casting musical actors Stephen Mahy and Caitlin Berry as the lovers."

The Age | Read Full →

Berry and Mahy set to be SPANKED in Brisbane!

CONFIRMED: SPANK! the Fifty Shades of Grey musical parody opens this month in Brisbane starring Stephen Mahy and Caitlin Berry. | Read Full →

On the couch with Caitlin Berry

Caitlin is the youngest child in a family of four kids, who dreamt of being a performer since she was 8. She studied at WAAPA straight out of school, and has never looked back.

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