The Addams Family - Cortland Repertory Theatre
"...Morticia, gorgeous and controlling, played by Caitlin Diana Doyle... Doyle was terrific with her expressive eyes and chilling demeanor."
- Katie Keyser, The Cortland Standard - July 9, 2015
"Willowy Caitlin Diana Doyle makes a commanding visual and vocal presence as Morticia..."
- James MacKillop, Syracuse New Times - July 15, 2015
1776 - Cortland Repertory Theatre
"Adams has left his wife Abigail, winningly played by Caitlin Diana Doyle, to mind the farm and we see her, phantom-like in segments based on their famous letters."
- Len Fonte, Syracuse.com, June 18, 2015
Stopgap - Capital Fringe 2012
"'Stopgap', playwright Danielle Mohlman’s promising new social comedy, is a kind of updating of 'The Heidi Chronicles,' the tale of a flinty young woman who opts for the concreteness of motherhood when everything else in her life is muddy... Like Wendy Wasserstein’s Heidi, Mohlman’s May -- played by Doyle with a credibly uncompromising countenance -- is looking for emotional sustenance without having to settle."
- Peter Marks, The Washington Post - July 24, 2012
"It’s amazing how many fantastic young actors appear in Fringe shows who you just hope would be ‘discovered,’ and that’s the way I felt with the exceptional cast of Stopgap...They deserve kudos for their heartfelt performances. These fine actors are Caitlin Diana Doyle (May Green-the soon-to-be inseminated one)..."
- Joel Markowitz, DC Metro Theatre Arts - July 14, 2012
Mrs. Warren's Profession - The Shakespeare Theatre Co.
"...in a series of music-hall scenes that feature a younger incarnation of Mrs. Warren, played and prettily sung by Caitlin Diana Doyle. Mrs. Warren does indeed describe a brief interlude when she tried the stage, and the traditional and period numbers performed by this "burlesque artiste" and her quartet of "Cockney bruisers" provide a bit of wry commentary."
- Peter Marks, The Washington Post - June 16, 2010
"deftly portrayed in a series of vintage musical numbers featuring a younger version of Mrs. Warren (the entrancing Caitlin Diana Doyle) performing with a bevy of Cockney“bruisers"
- Jayne Blanchard, dctheaterscene.com - June 18, 2010
Scrooge: The Musical - Little Theatre of Alexandria
" Caitlin Diana Doyle as Isabel lends a remarkable vocal talent to the production."
- Heather Drennan, Mount Vernon Voice - Nov. 26, 2008
"There are some fine performances in the roles of other people important in Scrooge's life such as...Caitlin Diana Doyle as his young love Isabel"
- Brad Hathaway, Mount Vernon Gazette - December 3, 2008
Moby Dick: The Musical - Theatre Workshop of Nantucket
"The statuesque Queequeg (Caitlin Doyle) stands - literally - head and shoulders above her fellow performers. Her wonderful poker face astonishes us when she breaks into a radiant smile while singing and dancing."
- Douglas K. Burch, Yesterday's Island/Today's Nantucket - August 1, 2007