Shout-outs in the paper

ZACH Theatre’s Production of Once:

Broadway World Review:

“The cast is perfection from top to bottom. Corbin Mayer is terrific as Guy, with his deeply rich voice and matinee idol good looks.”

Black Texas Magazine:

“The cast is impressive through and through. Mayer does well as the leading male, with a strong chin and a strong voice.”

Sun News Austin:

Corbin Mayer, who plays the Guy, has a very fine voice to match the tall, dark, and ridiculously handsome character demanded of the play.


Million Dollar Quartet at Actor’s Playhouse Miami:

Theatrical Musings:

“The actors never settle for impersonations. That’s especially true with production newcomer Corbin Mayer as Presley. He has all the requisite fancy dance moves, crooning voice and dimples to suggest “The King’s” charming smile.”

Miami Art Zine:

“…And then there's Corbin Mayer's Elvis, slick, smooth, Hollywood dressed and towing his chick alongside.”

The Miami Herald:
”Each of the vocalists delivers solid, inspired renditions of the show’s cavalcade of hits.

Mayer’s Elvis croons “Memories Are Made of This,” sings “That’s All Right Mama” and “Long Tall Sally,” then tears it up with “Hound Dog.”


ZACH Theatre & Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma’s Million Dollar Quartet

CTX Live Theare:
”Of all the voices, Corbin Mayer’s take on Johnny Cash came closest musically to the artist and brought back the strongest memories of the Man in Black and the life lessons the taught us in song…In any case, Corbin Mayer captures this unique voice with exquisite results.Such in-depth dedication to a role is deserving of the highest praise.”

BWW Review: Lyric Theatre’s Million Dollar Quartet is Rock n’ Roll Hit You Can Bank On

“Corbin Mayer's Johnny Cash delivers the ideal blend of suave and sheepish, and his lush bass-baritone is perfectly suited for Cash's acclaimed hits "Folsom Prison Blues" and "I Walk The Line" 

NewsOK: Lyric Theatre’s Million Dollar Quartet is Right on The Money

“Mayer brings a spot-on gravitas, as well as an impressively low register, to his turn as Cash, doing justice by his signature songs “Folsom Prison Blues” and “I Walk the Line.”