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Lisa Vroman

News and Reviews

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

 

A Night of Theatrical Magic

San Francisco Examiner

by Robert Hurwitt

 

Vroman sings Christine in a gloriously crystalline soprano, and plays her with an attractively resolute core.

 

‘The Phantom of the Opera’ Opening Review

San Francisco Chronicle

by Steve Winn

 

Lisa Vroman in her transformation from a shy chorus girl to a blooming diva is captivating as Christine. ….her instrument is a beautiful one, full and sensuous and pure in both “Think of Me” and “Angel of Music”. Her big second act number “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again” is also beautifully realized.

 

(Subsequent Review)

San Francisco Chronicle

by Steve Winn

 

[Vroman]….Natural, elegant and passionate, she’s the musical centerpiece of the production, and Phantom takes off now with her ballad “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again"…. Vroman is a beauty, in voice and person, as the haunted ingénue.

 

Improved ‘Phantom’ Swoops Back

San Francisco Chronicle

by Robert Hurwitt

 

Lisa Vroman is back in the role of Christine. And Vroman, San Francisco's sweetheart during the last long run, is singing and acting the part better than ever. Perhaps that's because she's honed her musical theater skills with brilliant performances in the American Conservatory Theater's ‘Threepenny Opera’ and the San Francisco Symphony Chorus' magnificent ‘Sweeney Todd’ before returning to Christine on Broadway and on tour.