Edmonton Morning News
"The most impressive and vocally consistent performer on the stage"
Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber
"Blessed with a silver-toned voice and impressive emotive skills, she makes what could be a cardboard character into a flesh-and-blood woman fighting for her soul."
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Washington, D.C. Kennedy Center:
"Petite, delicate, and lovely, Davis is the very picture of a young lyric soprano making her first marks at the Paris Opera. As Christine, Davis finds the balance of wide-eyed innocence and burgeoning womanhood that is revealed as the musical progresses. Her voice shines through with clarity and effortless beauty throughout the score. When she sings with the Phantom or Raoul, the blending is sublime..."
"His Christine is played by Kaitlyn Davis in this performance, a surely perfect Christine in her shining soprano imbued with innocence, fear, and passion [...]"
"Kaitlyn Davis, who at this performance took on the role of Christine Daae with tremendous aplomb, was the most impressive and vocally consistent performer on the stage. Filled with heart and an unwavering connectivity to the score’s emotional constitution, Davis was a flawless representation of what Christine Daae is meant to be. [...] “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again” was the show stopper for Davis as she connected on multiple emotional levels, infusing Christine with a plethora of tempestuously dark and harrowing feelings, each of which swelled through the number rising and cresting across her naturally astounding voice and crashing out into the audience with fully charged gusto."
"Gifted with a gorgeous voice, Davis absolutely shines in this role, from the vocal gymnastics of "The Phantom of the Opera" to the super-dark and sultry "The Point of No Return," where she really lets go of Christine's little girl act.[...]"
Philadelphia PA, Academy of Music:
"She is the best interpreter among the many Christines I’ve seen since 1989. Davis has pure beauty in her high notes plus a seamless connectivity as she descends through mid-range to belting low notes. Her diction is unusually clear, and the diminutive lady (whose height doesn’t even come up to the Phantom’s shoulders) superbly projects youth and vulnerability with passion and moxie. A highlight is her at her father’s grave pleading Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ballad, “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again.”
"The role of Christine was performed by Kaitlyn Davis, who did a marvelous job. Her singing was really beautiful, which shone brightest on numbers like “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again,” “The Phantom of the Opera” and “Think of Me.”
"Kaitlyn Davis as Christine is sweet and innocent as ever with high notes that can bring chills down anyone’s spine."
Waterbury CT, Palace Theatre:
"Kaitlyn Davis as Christine is everything you could ask for. Blessed with a silver-toned voice and impressive emotive skills, she makes what could be a cardboard character into a flesh-and-blood woman fighting for her soul."
San Jose, CA Performing Arts Center:
"Kaitlyn Davis created a lovely arc, moving from shaky new star and awe-struck ingénue, to a woman unafraid to claim love for herself. Her pure and clear soprano contrasted beautifully with Mann's ravaged Phantom and Lineberger's steady and calm Raoul."
Denver, CO Denver Center:
"Kaitlyn Davis is a lovely Christine. Her strong soprano shines in the powerful duet with Mann in the title song that will have you mesmerized, and she sings lovingly with Lineberger in” All I Ask of You.”"
"Katlyn Davis is wonderful as Christine, under the power of the Phantom who wants to marry her. [...] The emotional pull of Christine to the Phantom is palatable, especially in “The Point of No Return”
Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre:
"There are moments when the audience is completely still, enthralled by the vocal splendor of Kaitlyn Davis as Christine..."
Cleveland, OH State Theatre:
"Kaitlyn Davis, [...] sung her heart out in one of the most vocally demanding roles in musical theater – just what we expect of our Christines."
Lakmé, Baltimore Concert Opera:
"Kaitlyn Davis was well-suited to the title role, bright of voice and effortlessly navigating the broad vocal range required. The high notes in the famous "Bell Song" were hit perfectly and naturally, with no evidence of strain."