"Katharine Heaton's rendition of "Mary's A Grand Old Name" is a showstopper!" 

~ James Cotter, Times Herald Record, NY (GEORGE M! Westchester Broadway Theatre)

"Katharine Heaton as Fay Templeton radiates turn of the century pulchritude when she sings 'Mary’s a Grand Old Name' in Act Two.  The audience is so moved by Ms. Heaton's rich coloratura voice...easily the most striking solo performance in the show. What a voice!" 

~ White Plains Daily, NY (GEORGE M! Westchester Broadway Theatre)

"But this is one of the most solid choruses I have seen:  They sound great, dance up a storm, and each member creates a character with their own back story while never taking focus."

~ Los Angeles Times (EVITA, Hollywood Pantages)

"Sir Time Rice and Alan Menken were visibly moved during a staging of their scarcely known musical KING DAVID at New York's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts last evening, with standout turns by Jay Armstrong Johnson as King David and Katharine Heaton as Michal." 

~ New York Insider ​

"The finest performance of the evening, however, belonged to Katharine Heaton as Cunegonde's faithful servant, The Old Lady. Ms. Heaton has a rich mezzo voice and spot-on comic timing.  One rarely finds the combination of a well-trained opera singer and a true comedian, and we often settle for one or the other with this role."

~ David Rigano, Festival Arts NYC (CANDIDE)

Katharine Heaton

Professional Singer, Actress, Recording Artist & Broadway Performer

"I also really enjoyed Katharine Heaton in a series of small ensemble roles, including the elderly lady on the bus...Heaton takes on this challenge and rocks the heck out of it.  Heaton has that spark of theatre magic.  I found my eyes drifting towards her in the large choral numbers, just to see what she might be up to.  

                                                     ~ Bixby Elliot, Two For the Aisle (VIOLET, New York University)

"Heaton unleashes an exceptionally strong soprano as the relentless, unforgiving wife."

~ The Times, Danbury CT (A FUNNY THING...FORUM, Sharon Playhouse)