NEWS

05.30.2017

"Brian Staufenbiel is Director par excellence. He fuses not only these many narrative and dramatic elements but the magical projections created by David Murakami. These include shots of Cocteau’s original line drawings, and the unique film shot by Staufenbiel, Murakami...

05.25.2017

"Even the supporting players, enablers in the count’s retinue, were outstanding: Patrick Carfizzi, Jason Ferrante and Lucy Schauffer." -DC Metro Theater Arts

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"there were excellent contributions from Patrick Carfizzi as Bartolo, Lucy Schaufer as an unu...

05.25.2017

"Another standout contribution was the Toby of Ian McEuen, another performer who completely understood the style." -Opera News

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05.25.2017

"Utah Opera has gone to the movies for its season closer, a production of Mozart's "Don Giovanni" reimagined as a 1950s film noir.Director Kristine McIntyre's 21st-century conception fits the 1787 masterpiece so well, it's a little surprising no one else has done it be...

05.25.2017

"the vibrant tenor Mackenzie Whitney" -The New York Times

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"Mackenzie Whitney's  . . . sang "Addio fiorito asil" quite well, convincing us that he was just a self-centered lout with his mostly phony remorse. We would love to hear his tenor in a sympathe...

05.22.2017

"Tenor Matthew Vickers (Sam Polk) exudes warmth and generosity as Susannah’s brother, conjuring the impetuosity that marks Sam’s failure to protect home and family."
-The Roanoke Times

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05.22.2017

"Andrea Carroll, Catherine Martin and Renée Tatum sang (and splashed) with brio."
-Houstonia

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"The three Rhine Maidens in this production not only sing but swim underwater (each in her own tank). These bravura assignments were nicely achieved by America...

05.19.2017

"The Ulrica of Dana Beth Miller harkens to the great mezzos and contraltos of the past. She is the most interesting character in the entire piece. Her commitment is to giving a most beautiful sound while scaring the bejeezus out of us. It is time for her Azucena, Eboli...

05.19.2017

"The soprano Emily Birsan was silvery clear" -The Times 

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"Soloists Ben Johnson and Emily Birsan impressed, not least in their bright-timbre but in the apparent ease with which they dispatched their unforgiving vocal lines: “O blessed Jesu” is littered w...

05.15.2017

"Bass-baritone Matthew Burns is equally charming as the Don's long-suffering sidekick, Leporello; the two men are so well-matched physically and vocally that their pranking of Donna Elvira late in the show is completely plausible." -Salt Lake Tribune

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