Stephanie Vlahos Reviews


DIRECTOR'S WORK - PRESS/REVIEWS

THE LITTLE SWEEP - February 7 - READ MORE

THE MORINI STRAD

"...director Stephanie Vlahos reworks genre conventions to delicately rubato effect."     - LA Times, David Nichols 2012

"...Stephanie Vlahos’s theatrical direction, weaving seamlessly from grand to delicately nuanced, seems orchestrated as a musical composition rather than a play. "  - Backstage

"One of the best revivals of 2012 so far was the Colony’s rendition of Jon Marans’ Old Wicked Songs,directed by Stephanie Vlahos...Although Morini isn’t as strong a script as Old Wicked Songs, it pulled me into its world and kept me there from start to finish. - Don Shirley, LA Stage Times

"Under Vlahos’s direction, Hartley and Nevell play off each other harmoniously, never missing a beat or hitting a wrong note." - George Alexander, Culture Vulture

AMAHL & THE NIGHT VISITORS

OPERA POSSE’S AMAHL & THE NIGHT VISITORS - Los Angeles Times

STEPHANIE VLAHOS TALKS ABOUT AMAHL & THE NIGHT VISITORS - Stage Scene LA

AMAHL RETURNS TO PASADENA
- Pasadena Star News

REVIEW:  STAGE SCENE LA

‘Tales of Hoffmann’ sung by a noteworthy cast

"The “Tales of Hoffmann” by the Cal State Long Beach Opera Institute is nothing short of a theatrical masterpiece of epic proportions. A stunning combination of visual effects and exquisite musicality, the performance that played last weekend in the University Theater transports the audience to the disjointed mind of the poet Hoffmann, played with heartbreaking conviction by Florentino Zarate...Taken out of its original bar scene, director Stephanie Valhos begins the opera with Hoffmann in a psychiatrist’s office as he faces his greatest threat — himself. This daring change allows for the story to be taken into the disjointed surrealism that is the human mind."

Read More -David Cowan, Daily 49er

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