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PRESS

“Other women in this production are truly marvelous, especially Victoria Isernia as Mercedes and Sara Lucille Law as Frasquita, Carmen’s “besties” (in the vernacular). Both women have amazing voices, good acting instincts and are engaging to watch. The Act II “Nous avons en tête une affaire” (aka “The Quintet”) sung with Carmen and the two wonderful thieving scoundrels Dancairo (played by John Tibbets), and Remendado, (played by Bryce J. Bartu) is brilliant and a highlight of the show.”

UTAH THEATRE BLOGGERS (2022)
 

“He (Papageno) fails every test but still finds love with Papagena, winningly played by soprano
Sara Lucille Law
.  
(Lee) Gregory and Law share a beautiful moment during the Papageno-Papagena duet. Clearly these performers remembered that The Magic Flute’s purpose is to touch the hearts of the audience.”

CACHE VALLEY DAILY

"Also noteworthy...Sara Lucille Law as the delightful Papagena."

UTAH THEATRE BLOGGERS

July
2022

PAPAGENA / THE MAGIC FLUTE

July 
2022

FRASQUITA / CARMEN

"As Carmen’s sidekicks Frasquita and Mercédès, Sara Lucille Law and Victoria Isernia…are as tempestuous as the main characters."

CACHE VALLEY DAILY

July 
2019

APRIL (2019 BROADWAYWORLD BEST ACTRESS NOMINEE) / COMPANY

"Sara (Lucille) Law as the sincerely dumb stewardess April had impeccable timing with her enthusiastically inane conversation, and the post love-making, back-and-forth duet with Bobby, another "yes-no-yes-no" situation, was a delight."

BIG ISLAND MAGAZINE

"(Sara Lucille) Law scored impressively last summer as Tytania in the MMF production of Benjamin Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream.  Her attractive voice and animated stage presence provided plenty of comedic fizz.  Disguised as Countess Almaviva in the masquerade of the final scene, Law brought charm and just the proper faux allure to "Deh vieni, non tardar".  Whether trading barbs and scuffles with Marcellina, or pretending infatuation with the lecherous Count Almaviva, this Susanna was athletic as well as vocally agile." 

SOUTH FLORIDA CLASSICAL REVIEW

"Sara (Lucille) Law projected confidence and eloquence as Susanna, with a beautiful top end to her voice that never tired.   We loved every second of Law's ability to show us Susanna's internal thought process, and she gave us a character that never faltered."

THE MUSICAL TIMES

June

2019

SUSANNA / LE NOZZE DI FIGARO

June 
2018

TYTANIA / A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM

"As Tytania, Sara (Lucille) Law's striking stage presence and pinpoint high coloratura made every one of her scenes a standout.  Under the spell of the flower's potion, her love scene with the weaver Bottom, transformed into a donkey, was hilarious and her voice floated luminously over the elegant wind writing."

SOUTH FLORIDA CLASSICAL REVIEW

"As Barbarina, petite soprano Sara (Lucille) Law was exactly what the role called for.  She sang with brightness and lightness and clarity of tone."

VOCE DI MECHE

December

2017

BARBARINA / LE NOZZE DI FIGARO