“Three standout spots belong to the sultry-voiced Katrina Cunningham, who brings an exquisite, indie-siren quality... She’s joined by Rob Mastrianni on guitar, and it’s a powerhouse collaboration.”

The New York Times

“... the phenomenally talented dancer/singer Katrina Cunningham - as the fairy godmother -was elevated to the superstar status she deserves! The show is called Cinderella, but it’s really all about her! ... I am OBSESSED with Katrina Cunningham’s voice!”

— Perez Hilton

“Have you ever heard a voice more majestic? A face so angelic?”

— Adrian Grenier

“Earthy and sensual vocalist Katrina Cunningham, stirs longings within [Cinderella] and the two of them indulge in a steamy, homoerotic ballet.”

Broadway World

“...a haunting rendition of “Youth”... with vacant seduction by Katrina Cunningham.”

Broadway Blog

“Best of all was Katrina Cunningham’s pop turns on Daughter’s “Youth” and the Britney Spears tune “Toxic.” Cunningham’s voice is distinctive and her covers solid.”

— Huffington Post

 

"...an utterly stellar debut from a truly talented new artist."

- Soundblab on "Baby"

“...singing Lana Del Rey’s Yayo better than Lana Del Rey!”

— Perez Hilton

“...sultry singer-dancer Katrina Cunningham... a savory mix of sweet, spicy and salty.”

TimeOutNY

“Katrina Cunningham teases us with a rendition in the style of Yael Naim’s cover version of Britney Spears’ ‘Toxic’ and ... graces the stage once more as both singer and performer in an enthralling performance of Beyonce’s “Drunk in Love,” with electric guitar accompaniment by Rob Mastrianni. What makes it enthralling is not just Cunningham’s exotic voice and daring striptease, but also the showers of glitter slowly raining down on the entire stage, making its presence known quietly but just as effectively as Ms. Cunningham does herself.”

OffOffOnline

“... [her] rendition of Daughter’s “Youth” was particularly moving, compelling a few audience members to give a spontaneous standing ovation.”

Ludus NYC

 

“...a true standout is most definitely Katrina Cunningham who’s sensual and powerful dancing is equaled only by her incredibly intoxicating singing voice. True to her voice, she sings a sultry version of Britney Spears’s “Toxic,” as well as Beyonce’s “Drunk in Love” and Daughter’s “Youth.” The moment she simply stands singing, claiming us one audience member at a time (her voice is like a mix of Lorde, Brittain Ashford, and Heaven) as red confetti glitters down from the ceiling is truly one of the most mesmerizing moments to be had. ”

The Artswire

“A highlight comes in the final scenes when a gorgeous Katrina Cunningham sings a reinvented Beyonce song with impressive guitarist, Rob Mastrianni, while glitter falls like snow over the entire stage.”

-StageBuddy

“...Katrina Cunningham, the unsung hero of the night, covering the majority of the vocals were exquisite. Cunningham’s smoky and captivating rendition of Britney Spears’ “Toxic” opened up the audiences ears to the poignancy of the text. Cunningham needs to record an album of her brilliantly seductive covers.”

-Theater in the Now

“...sultry chanteuse Katrina Cunningham documented a day at the offbeat, sexy holiday spectacle. ”

Playbill Photo Exclusive

“...the soothing vocals of Katrina Cunningham.”

Oscar Moore

"...sounds more like Florence and the Machine than old Hollywood..."

- New York Times

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