Apostolou "impressive" in Utah Opera "The Merry Widow"
"Sharin Apostolou also showed an impressive flair for dance in the role of Valencienne, Baron Zeta's flirtatious wife, who joins up with the Grisettes at Maxim's for some reason. Apostolou held her own with the sextet of professional dancers. Her singing was equally strong; it was a shame she wasn't given more to sing, as the character is stuck with the show's most cringe-inducing dialogue in scenes with her boy toy, Camille (played with appealing earnestness by Robert McPherson)." -Salt Lake Tribune