Tag Archives: Stephen Costello

Stephen's Moment to Shine

by tdoadmin

The reviews continue to trickle in for our current productions, Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” ending on Sunday and Donizetti’s “Anna Bolena,” which runs through November 14th. Mark-Brian Sonna praises a host of “jaw-dropping and amazing vocal performances” but adds that one is in a class by itself. Get your tickets before they’re gone! Suzanne Calvin, Manager/Media […]

Stephen’s Moment to Shine

by Suzanne Calvin

The reviews continue to trickle in for our current productions, Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” ending on Sunday and Donizetti’s “Anna Bolena,” which runs through November 14th. Mark-Brian Sonna praises a host of “jaw-dropping and amazing vocal performances” but adds that one is in a class by itself. Get your tickets before they’re gone! Suzanne Calvin, Manager/Media […]

Grace Under Pressure

by Suzanne Calvin

It’s been a favorite story from Cinderella to Busby Berkeley’s Depression-Era cinematic classics: the understudy who goes on at the last minute and comes back a star. Only in this case, Ailyn Perez was the SECOND understudy who went on in the SECOND act -¬†and¬†already a bonafide star. So, let’s just say the dramatic events […]

Costello Takes Top Prize

by Suzanne Calvin

Tenor Stephen Costello, who will sing the role of Ishmael in the world premiere of Jake Heggie’s MOBY-DICK at The Dallas Opera just over a year from now, is the recipient of the Richard Tucker Award–the top award from the Richard Tucker Foundation. Above, in Karen Almond’s photo, he appears with Hasmik Papian in our […]