Legally Blonde:


Caitlin Elizabeth Reilly adds a dimension to Elle I’ve not seen in other productions of the show. Reilly starts Elle off as a ditz, but nicely transitions her into a blonde with brains. Not only her acting transitions, but her singing changes as the character gains a strong sense of self.

-Cool Cleveland Blog


The Marvelous Wonderettes


Reilly is riotous as the bubble-blowing Suzy, who sticks her gum in odd places before popping it back in her mouth. In the second act, a very pregnant Suzy tries to win back wayward husband Richie, morphing from whiny wimp in “Rescue Me” to raging virago in “Respect.”


          -Cleveland Jewish News


Caitlin Elizabeth Reilly steals the show on several occasions as Suzy.


          -Q104 Radio, Cleveland




“But it was Reilly’'s heartbreaking performance as Ceci that exhausted me. In any production, Solis’s words would sift out into the audience like an intoxicating mist. At Amaryllis, Reilly’s portrayal of Ceci’s joy, wonder and agony turned these words into emotional tethers that she tugged on for the entire evening.”


          -Broad Street Review


“Caitlin Elizabeth Reilly is simply stunning in her ability to portray how the suffering Ceci experiences in being so tragically deprived of the life and dreams that once were so clearly within her reach.”


          -Stage Magazine


Debbie Does Dallas: 

The Musical


“Caitlin Elizabeth Reilly puts forth what is easily the most honest and engaging performance of the night as Tammy, the closeted lesbian of the squad, who splits her time avoiding the "duties" her friends have taken on, pining after her friend Donna during stretching sessions and climbing her way into a position in the US Senate”


          -Philly Improv News and Reviews




“Caitlin Reilly as the flirtatious Ado Annie. Her piercing voice and gaminish demeanor in "I Cain't Say No" And "All Er Nuthin' " almost steal the show.”


          -Delaware Online 




“Even the more outspoken and learned Millie proves to be shallow, having only a book or fact of some kind to entertain with. Her brazen self-assurance, subtly faltering in light of her own subtle insecurities, is a lot for an actor to pull off, but Reilly executed the role with ease and endearing grace.”


          -Montgomery Newspapers


The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee“


...Olive (Caitlin Elizabeth Reilly), ignored by parents who only profess love. Her desperate song about them contains the show's only outright serious lyrics and is a highlight, especially in this staging.”


           -Philadelphia Inquirer

Photo by Peter Hurley


Photo by Dan Olmstead Photography

Styling by Ellie Mooney PRO-files



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Caitlin is choreographing the Youth Theatre production of 13 at Beck Center for the Arts in Cleveland, OH!