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02.25.2018

“The part of Sportin’ Life is written for a natural showman. But Chauncey Packer, boasting a clarion tenor and high-kicking strut, found ample opportunities to also suggest the dangers lurking behind the drug-dealer’s easy smile.”
-The Washington Post

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02.22.2018

"Kristine McIntyres Regie lotete zahlreiche Blickwinkel der Handlung aus und erlaubte es den Sängern, Mut ebenso wie Verletzlichkeit zu entwickeln. Zwischen den harten Seemännern existiert zugleich große Nähe – sie berühren und halten einander, in dem Maße, in dem die...

02.22.2018

"Soprano Karen Slack, who was the role of Serena, gave a notably heartbreaking performance of “My Man’s Gone Now.” Her powerful voice and expressiveness sent a wave of anguish over the audience. As Slack sang about the heart-wrenching grief of a widow, I found my own h...

02.22.2018

"As the initially unremorseful De Rocher, the baritone Michael Mayes was a revelation. . . this was an unforgettable performance." -The Times London

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02.20.2018

"Supported by the rich sound of the Sarasota Opera Orchestra and chorus, conducted by Artistic Director Victor DeRenzi, soprano Sandra Lopez, as Manon, and tenor Matthew Vickers, as Des Grieux, led a fine supporting cast through this dramatic tangle with authority and...

02.20.2018

“The counterpart to the soprano’s big moment is Florestan’s heroic aria, opening Act II: “Gott! Welch Dunkel hier!” (God! How dark it here), and Brent Turner tossed it off as if it wasn’t a killer of tenors. Both Mecum and Turner sang “big,” but without showing any eff...

02.19.2018

“All actors were sharply distinctive in their characters … Cindy Sadler as Madame Armfeldt, among them.” -MySanAntonio.com

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02.19.2018

"Daland, played by Gustav Andreassen, is both bubbly and forthright, portraying a lost seaman who is blind to the mythical consequences of such a valuable dowry. . . The standout performance, however, goes to the show's namesake, the Dutchman. Played by Noel Bouley wit...

02.19.2018

“Bass-baritone Matthew Burns roared with arrogant bluster as Bottom, the vain know-it-all who leads the “Rude Mechanicals” troupe by bad example. In his movements and overall stage presence, too, he led the cast in the comedy.” -Washington Classical Review

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02.14.2018

"The opera, Der Ring Des Polykrates, on the other hand was simply enchanting with an outstanding cast...The cast is uniformly strong and all the singers are perfectly cast. They look like the parts they are playing and have strong enough voices to sail over Korngold’s...

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