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“Ms. Corrao is a staple of the New York stand-up scene.”
— NEW YORK TIMES

Her high-energy on-stage persona is relatable and self-deprecating while remaining emotionally honest. 

— The Daily dot

Katina Corrao isn’t from South Carolina, as far as I know, but Hot Date is a gleeful confession of ambition, frustration, success (toothpaste scratched off a pajama top), and musical mosquitoes, delivered with a glee — too defiant for church… It’s substance delivered with spirit, and that’s why it’s a great, funny album to hear and to watch.

— THE COMEDY LOCAL

It’s immediately clear that Corrao’s style is a bit different than what you might expect from the stand-up comedy scene these days. She takes a light-hearted approach to an often darker art form, willing to examine all the subjects that make being a woman in the 21st century so challenging: dating, weight, career, but from a whimsical, ‘can-don’t’ perspective.

— PAste magazine

When listening to Katina Corrao’s recent debut album, Hot Date, adjectives like bubbly and cheerful come to mind, despite the fact that her material focuses heavily on self-deprecation and her perceived flaws. But it’s her ability to power through said flaws that makes up her onstage persona, a persona that parallels her real-life outlook.

— splitsider

 

Corrao’s bubbling charisma brings an infectious energy to her story telling, undercut by her frustration at the ups and downs of show business.

-REVIEWS HUB

Corrao tunes her on stage persona to be bigger and bolder than her but, through it all, she manages to keep a smiling disposition.

— C+ COMEDY