"Corporandy’s performance is a case study in the subtle creep of madness..."
- Colin Dabkowski, Buffalo News (He Who Gets Slapped)
"… a passionate Actors' Express debut… Chris Corporandy is a major discovery for this viewer; he illuminates as Robbie…"
- Manning Harris, Atlanta INtown (The Judas Kiss)
"The production's real discovery is Corporandy, who gives a subtly heartbroken performance as mild-mannered Ross. In the play's most satisfying moments, he explodes with rage over Wilde's tolerance of Bosie's petty, destructive behavior."
- Curt Holman, Creative Loafing (The Judas Kiss)
"Chris Corporandy is compelling as Robert Ross, transcending the script’s “third-wheel” sycophant to suggest a loyal devotion … in line with historical evidence...."
- Brad Rudy, theaterreview.com (The Judas Kiss)
"Coward gives most of his verbal fireworks to [the character of Ray Malcolm], and in Corporandy's hands they become deadly weapons of wit and condescension."
- Colin Dabkowski, Buffalo News (Star Quality)
"Chris Corporandy does a masterful job in the role of Richard Hannay, the debonair leading man."
- Susan Braun, VisitBuffaloNiagara.com (The 39 Steps)
"As Friar Laurence, Corporandy is appropriately kind and compassionate; his "Art thou a man" speech to Romeo in Act 3, Scene 3 is impeccably delivered."
- Donald Calamia, Between the Lines (Romeo and Juliet)