Sunset Boulevard (Music Theatre of Connecticut) – 2022

“Trevor Martin, cast in the role of Joe Gillis…invests the part with dash, charm, sexiness, good lucks, emotional resonance and sharp-edged ambition… His vocals… are delivered not only with the crisp, powerful truism and flair reflective of his strong, natural hold on the musical elements of the piece, but with the wit, sarcasm, and expression concurrent in the sweeping score… It’s a passionate performance set forth with grace, great vigor, charisma, and sculpted poise”
 
                                                                                -James V. Ruocco

The Sound of Music (ZACH Theatre) – 2022

“As Captain Von Trapp, Trevor Martin marshals a resonant voice and a presence that we witness evolve as the show’s themes develop. Quite frankly, when Martin breaks into the title song, after we have already heard Rivera sing it alone, and then the children sing it delicately in harmony for their father, I just started sobbing.
In some ways, the show could have just stopped then and there. Point made. Emotions fully engaged.”
– Austin 360

Lotte Lenya Competition – 2019

“Martin was described by the judges as ‘a rare classically trained heroic baritone, perfect for the Golden Age of musical theater” who presented “risky repertoire…and made solid acting choices.’ “
                                    – The Kurt Weill Foundation for Music

Voir Dire (Fort Worth Opera) – 2017

“Baritone Trevor Martin was brilliantly beside himself as Professor Milton.”
– Wall Street Journal
“Martin’s depiction of a child pornography-addicted professor is … one of the most powerful performances, vocally speaking. The baritone’s austere, resonant voice outshines the pitiful character he portrays.”
– Fort Worth Weekly
“Baritone Martin turned in a striking performance as the guilt-ridden, pedophilic professor.”
– Texas Classical Review
“Baritone Trevor Martin moved smoothly across this ugly cross-section of national life, tackling a huge variety of moods and personalities, ranging from criminals to law enforcement officers.”
– Texas Classical Review

Carmen (Fort Worth Opera) – 2017

“Trevor Martin sang a forceful portrayal of Morales the officer.”
– The Column

Mame (Lyric Stage) – 2017

“Operatically trained baritone Trevor Martin … wows with feeling as the grown up Patrick.”
– Dallas News
“A consistently strong cast also includes … Trevor Martin, who brought along a noticeably fine lyric baritone voice, as the grownup Patrick.”
– TheatreJones