|Reviewed by Elisabeth Barstowe
|I love this! Tragic villain. lovable thief. Much ambiguosity in this. I have to ask myself if those defense mechanisms aren't just about to be replaced with cleansing self evaluation instead.|
|Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
|The bass is the best voice in the whole opera! More commanding, more sensual than all the others.|
|Reviewed by Paul Judges
|Excellent layout, Roger|
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|Ah the Dark Prince does riseth unto the fold...now what the hell does that mean...? And how many shows can you do in a day... only one? So what good are ya anyway...;-) Ed|
|Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
|Bravo Rogerto (lol)!
This is as Christine says, deserving of a standing ovation, however, I would have to add, filled with an actor/singer's perspective of course to me with a pagan artsy flair!
Much peace, love, and light,
Good to read you again, you need to write more!!!!
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|Look, any guy singing opera resonates in my key. Yes, tenors, but also bassi profundo!
Your poem is deserving of a standing Ovation,
and many repeat reads.
|Reviewed by Beverly Scofield
|Ah, but when the Basso Profundo is on stage, he dominates the attention of the feminine heart. Does it matter that she is required by custom to hide her feverish interest in favor of the insipid notes of the Tenor. (smile)