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Recent acclaim for ADA Artists

In Review: Ricardo Lugo as MOT’s Alfieri in “A View from the Bridge”

“Returning to the company is bass Ricardo Lugo, whose lends the storyteller Alfieri both his resonant voice and commanding stage presence. When he describes Eddie’s eyes as resembling two dark tunnels, the hairs on one’s arms stand at attention.” -The Examiner

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Cindy Sadler Celebrated in Her Directorial Debut!

“Opera Idaho is tapping into some of Boise’s best technical designers and reaching out to new directors. The result is an appealing and cohesive connection between these very different pieces …Gianni Schicchi is a hysterical romp … Originally set in 12th century Florence, it was updated to 1960s Boise by … read more

Scully Garners Fine Reviews as the Met’s Goro in “Butterfly”!

“The smaller parts were all sung well, including Scott Scully as Goro . . . “- New York Times

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“Even smaller roles crackled: tenor Scott Scully’s bored, cynical Goro contrasted with the proudly romantic Prince Yamadori from the mellow-voiced bass-baritone Jeongcheol Cha.” -New York Observer

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In Review: Audrey Babcock in “Fallujah” at the Kennedy Center World Stages

“The bracing duet by the two overwrought mothers, Lubana Al quntar and mezzo-soprano Audrey Babcock wailing “How can I talk to him, How can I care for him” is a tear-filled, show stopping moment (literally and figuratively.) You can’t help but be affected.”-DC Metro Theater Arts

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In Review: Jason Ferrante in FGO’s “Tosca”

“Jason Ferrante showed the soul of a henchman as Scarpia’s servile assistant, Spoletta.”
- South Florida Classical Review/Miami Herald

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