SIX THE MUSICAL - EX-WIVES LTD. NCL BLISS 4.0
"Kayla is a lovely, professional and detail oriented person...she will be an excellent co-captain and play an integral part in maintaining the integrity of the show. I trust her choices and understanding of the show"
-Jessica Walker, Associate Choreographer
"Kayla is hardworking, organized, and I think the rest of the cast has depended on her throughout the process. She makes bold choices as a performer and asks smart questions that tell me she really understands the show and the characters."
-Nikki DiLoreto, Associate Director
MOTHERHOOD THE MUSICAL - LOWER OSSINGTON THEATRE
"McSorley's Tina gets the lead on several numbers, and her rich voice is well suited to the many genres sampled...She belts country, blues, ballads, and a particularly strong cabaret-inspired number about grandmother-hood with ease, always perfectly pitched and with great emotional nuance."
-Isabella Perrone, Broadway World Toronto
" She had robust vocals with consistent technique throughout an impressive range...She also demonstrates fine character acting and singing when she steps into the role of the overzealous grandma who intends to spoil the baby rotten.”
-Keira Grant, Mooney on Theatre Toronto
THE LAST FIVE YEARS - PARED DOWN PRODUCTIONS
“McSorley plays the role of Cathy in a way that is very relatable...a great job portraying this character with passion and pain...Her emotions come through in her singing and stage presence, and she does a great job assisting in the overall painting of this painful picture".
-John Szablewski, NY Theatre Guide
DUET, OR: PAS DE DEUX - PUNCHBAG PRODUCTIONS
“Kayla McSorley brings a grudging acceptance to Trinity that works really well for the character…”
-Ian Huffam, The New Ottawa Critics
“...I am impressed with how well the actors sold their roles...”
-David Currie, Apt613
JULIUS CAESAR - NIAGARA UNIVERSITY
“Kayla McSorley’s Brutus was a Roman stoic, with a fine mind…”
CHICAGO - NIAGARA UNIVERSITY
“...her vocals are stunning and her acting choices spot-on...McSorley delivers an entrancing performance...a thoroughly entertaining production”
-Mary Best, Buffalo Theatre Guide