Review: Die Fledermaus, Arcola Theatre

They are joined onstage by Claire Wild, Abigail Kelly, David Horton and James McOran-Campbell, who are able to layer their voices in such a way that each song doesn’t feel like a constant battle for the high note, but instead a harmonious marriage of four powerful voices. Great Shakespearean actors are often accredited for being able to make an unfamiliar form hit home with a wider audience, which is a skill that this ensemble share.

 

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