The reviews are in and it’s official, The Daughter of the Regiment is HILARIOUS! See what the reviewers are saying below, and if you don’t think the reviewers got it right leave your own review in the comments section.
Robert Trussell of The Kansas City Star hails “Laughter flows frequently in comic opera because of the sense of humor of director Dorothy Danner…Riemer’s arresting soprano was gorgeous and blended well with Robertson’s tenor, which he exercised with masterful control, even when flawlessly reaching for high Cs.” Read the entire review here.
Paul Horsley of The Independent raves The Daughter of the Regiment “is an entertaining evening with strong singing and a generous portion of well-grounded comedic action.” Read the entire review here. (You may need to scroll down to find the review.)
Tom Ryan of Present Magazine exclaims “This is enjoyable opera for first tasters and veterans of seasonal campaigns.” Read the entire review here.
Sarah Tyrrell of KCMetropolis.org writes “Nili Riemer’s versatility was once again in full display on the Lyric stage. From the start Riemer thoroughly embodied a carefully developed character; her Marie was a petulant, bright-eyed, utterly charming tom-boy.” Read the entire review here.
Do you agree, think the reviewers left something out, or want to share your opinion? Write your review of The Daughter of the Regiment in the comments section.