"Red Death" Pitch Review by Liz Cook

Red Death, a chamber opera based on an Edgar Allan Poe tale, lived up to some early hype it had generated. You don't need to be an opera fan to appreciate Daniel Doss' moody score and Bryan Colley's lush libretto, and the action — directed by Tara Varney and choreographed by Amy Hurrelbrink — was lean and tightly focused. Nathan Granner gave rich voice to Prince Prospero, narrator and ill-fated reveler. Devon Barnes offered a haunting, expressive performance as his servant, though her two-tone vibrato challenged her pitch at times.

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