THE ADDAMS FAMILY
"But it's Morton who almost steals the spotlight with her sultry showstopper, “Waiting,” at the end of Act One. After drinking a dark-truth serum, Alice transforms from a Little Mary Sunshine type into a desperate housewife in a noir-dingy bar."
-Paul Wozniak, Lansing City Pulse
"Christy Morton is so likable as Grandma that you can almost forgive the rather tacky humor the character is used for by the writers."
-Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun
DAMES AT SEA
'Happily most of the performances strike the right note. Ms. Morton, for instance, obviously loves being the egotistical, imperious Mona. And why shouldn't she, with those fabulous monochromatic outfits'
-Anita Gates, The New York Times
"Morton's Mona is a joy, a jumble of ego, vulnerability and laugh-out-loud physical comedy. Watch her in the Singapore Sue number in full Oriental costume. Try not to watch her. Your can't."
-Peter D. Kramer, The Journal News
"Christy Morton gives a warm elegance to the unflappable Grace Farrell."
-Marcus Crowder, The Sacramento Bee
THE MUSIC MAN
"He's got a charming foil in Christy Morton as Marion...and her gorgeous voice makes even an overwritten song like 'My White Knight' worth a listen."
Judith Newmark, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
A TIME TO BE BORN
"John Mercurio's score has enough catchy songs to make the 140-minute running time zip by. And the production is blessed by a charming performance from Christy Morton, who plays Vicky, a naive girl from Amanda's home town who comes to New York to make it big."
-Jason Zinoman, The New York Times
"As Vicky, Christy Morton, who looks like a young Kitty Carlisle Hart, convincingly transitions from Midwestern dreamer to Manhattan career girl and her singing is exceptional."
-David Barbour, Broadway.com
"But Morton is the show's revelation as fish-out-of-water Vicky, whose transformation to city girl is so complete that she begins to affect a Katherine Hepburn inspired upper-crust accent."
-Amy Krivohlavek, OffOffOnline.com