In Review: Edward Parks is Marcello in Minnesota Opera's 'La bohème"

"Edward Parks played a sympathetic Marcello, singing with a commanding baritone." -Star Tribune

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"Edward Parks is a strong Marcello, agonizing when abandoned by Musette, agonizing again when they are reunited. His baritone is well suited for Marcello's efforts to be strong and maintain his dignity when burned by love. Together with Thomas Glass as Schaunard and Benjamin Sieverding as Colline, Parks and Quinn have great rapport as a cluster of friends, clowning and commiserating together with complete conviction."

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"Parks makes a terrific put-upon Marcello"

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