"Falstaff is truly an ensemble opera, demanding solid acting and singing in even the smallest roles, and OC gave Edwards everything a director could wish for. Dana Beth Miller’s Quickly nearly stole the show, easily projecting her impeccably controlled mezzo to the far corners of the spacious hall and gliding around the edges of the action with sure comic timing. . . As the innocent Nannetta, Susannah Biller won hearts with her floating soprano, attractive presence and palpable chemistry with her Fenton. . . Italian baritone Marco Nisticò captured the comical side of Ford, delivering a handsome reading of “È sogno? o realtà” that simmered with his anger and mistrust." -Opera News
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