Bouley makes his "noteworthy debut" with "commanding strength" in WNO "Sam
"Baritone Noel Bouley made the Philistine High Priest a smooth spin doctor with rich, easy volume." - Washington Post
"Baritone Noel Bouley executes the role of High Priest with commanding strength, and he successfully pushes forward the dramatic tension as he finagles with Delilah to get them working “as one” to bring down the mighty Samson." - DC Theater Scene
"The list of noteworthy debuts continued with baritone Noel Bouley, whose raging snarl in the top notes made his High Priest of Dagon poisonous and spiteful. In his incestuous scene with Bridges’ Dalila, he matched her in vocal sheen and malice."
- Washington Classical Review
"Noel Bouley, as the High Priest of Dagon, was consistently fantastic in every regard, holding court and making demands with an arresting vocal presence."