"Opera Saratoga’s Artistic and General Director Lawrence Edelson has tackled vital political issues in his programming before, but even he can’t have realized how timely Gian Carlo Menotti’s Cold War “Broadway opera” The Consul (1950)would be this summer. Seen on July...


"Tenor Tyler Nelson, who played the magician, displayed great sleight of hand, much to the audience’s pleasure and sang quite wonderfully. He took pleasure in his role." 

-The Daily Gazette

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"Lawrence Edelstein’s powerful production is clear and compel...


"As Leporello, bass-baritone Joseph Barron was an audience favorite, offering a portrayal as humorous as it was richly sung. It is a shame that his aria “Ah pietà signori miei” was omitted. Missing also was “Dalla sua pace”, another artistic miscalculation as tenor Tyl...


"Mezzo-soprano Audrey Babcock gives Donna Elvira more of a spine than many directors often allow. As such she serves as an ultimate foil to Giovanni, not the mere doormat that he has used and tossed aside. Elvira still provides many of the humorous moments in the opera...


“TYLER NELSON, making his entrance on bicycle and sporting some seriously slicked-back hair, sang up a storm as Gonzalve and exuded no end of icky charm. . . TYLER SIMPSON rounded things off with his ripe, steady bass-baritone and humorous flair as Don Inigo. . . The s...


“TYLER NELSON, who was arresting last year as the ultra-serious Ottavio in Don Giovanni, here pulls out all the stops in a comic role that reminds me of the dandy Dalí played as a young Nathan Lane. In this role, his vocal agility is matched by an astounding and hyster...

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