Even more impressive (if possible) was Graham Wright as Goldbury; he has
a big ringing voice and a confident manner that put his two songs across and
then some. The song about limited liability, crucial to understanding not
only the premise of the opera but Gilbert's rather radical attitude toward
the notion of capitalism, was the best I've ever heard it sung; and the English
Girl song a treat.
The Trumpet Bray (New England Gilbert and Sullivan Society)
The Marriage of Figaro
Graham Wright as Figaro and Kelly Magnuson as Susanna were likable from the get-go... the bounce in his step was matched only by the energy in his voice. [He] sings the title role with a delightful connection to both his audience and his fellow players, especially the lovely Susanna.
The Duxbury Clipper
The Harvard Crimson
photos by Diana Hunt