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Archive for February 2011


“Hopkins is the vocal standout, his baritone bold and bright… ”  Dallas Morning News, Scott Cantrell, February 12, 2011. “Among the rest of the cast, the two standouts were…Joshua Hopkins as Mercutio… Hopkins, in the bravura Queen Mab ballad in Act I, had the right combination of velvet and filigree, and he turned his character […]

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Dallas Opera (company and role debut)

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The critics have noticed Joshua for his strong performance as Mercutio.  Scott Cantrell from the Dallas Morning News notes, “Hopkins is the vocal standout, his baritone bold and bright…” and Wayne Lee Gay from D Magazine claims, “Hopkins lit the stage as Romeo’s assertive and ill-fated companion Mercutio, with a magnetic presence and another hall-filling voice.”

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Joshua is very pleased to be making his Dallas Opera debut this February as Mercutio in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette.  This marks the first time that Joshua has performed Shakespeare’s compelling, impetuous nobleman.  The Dallas Opera presents a traditional production of Gounod’s timeless piece directed by Michael Kahn and conducted by Marco Zambelli.  The cast includes […]

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Arizona Opera, 2010. Photos by Tim Fuller.

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With Elizabeth DeShong. Arizona Opera, 2010. Photos by Tim Fuller.

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