"Guest conductor Robert Wood underscored the drama and sonority of the music for Austin Opera’s latest staging, which plays through Sunday at the Long Center. For her part, stage director Tara Faircloth highlighted the concrete and specific psychologies of the characte...


Lyric Opera review: A wickedly funny ‘Barber of Seville’ begins season

"Lyric Opera of Chicago launched its 65th season on Saturday night with a laugh.Quite a few of them, actually, thanks to a wickedly funny, elegantly sung, cleverly directed production of Rossini’s “T...


"Director Tara Faircloth used the supporting cast to advantage in a production that was at once fairly conventional — set around the time the opera was written, in the early 20th century — and quietly inventive, particularly in its use of the backstage area in Act II,...


"Under director Tara Faircloth, the creative team successfully stressed the glory, power, glamour and sparkle of Rome."
– Boston Musical Intelligencer

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"Staging by director Tara Faircloth and sets by Julia Noulin-Mérat made the most of the little room av...


"Under the sure hands of stage director Tara Faircloth and conductor Timothy Myers, these one-act operas spanned a broad emotional range with tight drama, good pacing and imaginative charm . . . Scott Piper sang Canio with palpable menace. Piper’s “Vesti la giubba” was...

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