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Andrea Carroll in Review: “Steals the show” as Susanna in Fort Worth
“Vocally, Andrea Carroll steals the production with her role as Figaro’s betrothed. Susanna, handmaiden to the Countess and lust object of the Count, is scheming, devious and intensely loyal to her future husband. Carroll adds a natural sense of humor in all three in what became a very physical role.” -Theater Jones
“Still, wonderful as the rest of the cast was, soprano Andrea Carroll deservedly won the applause-o-meter as Susanna, having opened the show (and set the tone for the subsequent hijinks) on all fours with her rear facing the audience.” -Front Row, D Magazine
“The women were the true heroes of this Figaro. As Susanna, young Andrea Carroll offered a feisty dramatic interpretation and ravishing vocal tone, perfectly centered, easily produced, generously proportioned, a pure pleasure to listen to. How I wished that Mozart had given Susanna more to sing! Carroll is 22, I’m told, and so with a little luck, we’re witnessing the dawn of a major career.” Billevesees blog
“The same could be said of soprano Andrea Carroll, a recent graduate of the Manhattan School of Music singing her first Susanna and making her professional debut. Hearing Carroll’s large, agile voice and seeing her assured performance, you would presume this was a familiar role for the young singer, until you notice the program note.” – FW Weekly Arts
“Ms. Carroll presented a strong, convincing character and gave a performance that was even more remarkable given her young age. She sang with a bright, rounded voice that she manipulated with apparent ease, and will be one to keep an eye on, especially as her voice develops over time.” - Bachtrack.com
“Andrea Carroll, in the role of Susanna, was a pure joy to listen to in her Fort Worth Opera debut. She did a great job of using her light, sweet timbre, to bring out her saucy, flirtatious character. She always seems to strike the right balance of grand, sweeping phrases, and bouncy playfulness. Many soubrette soprano voices come off a touch bright for my taste (though it’s called for), but Carroll was able to keep the sweet and light voice-type, while balancing it with a warm timbre throughout the role’s tessitura. Her final Deh, vieni, non tarderaria in the garden was one of the highlights of the evening. ” - Everyday Opera