"Absolutely magnificent! The soloists simply wowed with their voices and Die Fledermaus truly came to life! The audience was transported into 1920's Vienna and completely immersed into the performance..."
-Sandra Mueller 5/5
"Great fun, and impressive singing and acting by a culturally diverse cast. We were really impressed and would watch for this group again..."
-Mary Ibbett 5/5
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"A really fun and professional show at a historic venue. The capacity audience thoroughly enjoyed it."
-Paul Grove 5/5
"...Die Fledermaus was sung and played well and was very entertaining. I loved the fact that the performers were from diverse backgrounds and ages...."
"Fantastic singers and musicians. Lovely, well known light-classical music in this comical, operatic farce. All the singers were excellent.."
-Cliff Hern 5/5
"What an atmosphere generated in Wiltons Music Hall and treble Bravo to the cast & chorus who could not have entertained me more, performance is at its best when not only the audience engages but when the ripple effect spreads to the audience interaction in the audience. Such a joy..."
"A bright and sparkling production of this much loved operetta."
"A delightful show, performed with energy and elan.."
-Allan Scott 4/5
"An extremely enjoyable evening. We saw Die Fledermaus last year at the Vienna Volkstheater and this version can hold its head up high alongside that... production. The singers were all excellent and handled the comedy with aplomb & it was great to see it done with such enthusiasm and energy by a young, multi-national and multi-ethnic cast. The direction was sharp, making maximum use of the confined space (the crowded party scene was well handled in that respect, I thought). The third act, which really dragged on when we saw it in Vienna, moved along smartly too... it was a lovely touch to have the musicians in the same glam 1920s evening dress as the cast..."
"Stupendous! Singers of this standard would shine at Covent Garden or La Scala. An outstanding production. Rare to find such a fruitful mixture of classical training, musical theatre and professional acting - with all three adding to each other..."