The Stuart Review - The Magic Flute - Opera Up Close - September 2017

The other stand-out for me was Abigail Kelly who played Pamina, like with Stoddart her performance really made the production. As her character switched between reality and dream she was able to portray a number of different personality aspects and she was accomplished at all, being caring and loving to heartbroken to funny.

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