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Reviews of Zeffin Quinn Hollis in FALSTAFF

September 21, 2015

 

"The secret to POP's success is the faith it puts in singers. They have no crutches, no place to hide physically or vocally. You become invested in them as much, if not more, for whom they are than for the characters they are supposed to be. That was particularly true for Zeffin Quinn Hollis. Falstaff is supposed to be gross, but a grubby, fat body suit and clown's hair required extra effort to seem sympathetic. The baritone...went a step further and proved lovably slapstick. If he could sound gruff, he had to compensate for the outdoors. Without the orchestra's interaction, his monologues about drink or self-esteem missed a key ingredient. Still, you never doubted that he was Verdi's Falstaff." - LA Times

 

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"The play rests on Zeffin Quinn Hollis and his portrayal of the lead. He is not enormous like the character, so he’s in full body suit, beard, fully immersed. This may make it hard to connect for some but Hollis endears his Falstaff to us almost immediately." - Huffington Post

 

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"Led by the powerful vocal personality of Zeffin Quinn Hollis as Sir John, the singing actors all performed at a high level. Hollis dominated the stage whenever he was on it and he sang with bright, sometimes deliberately raucous tones." - Opera Today

 

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"Falstaff rises or falls on the performance of the title role. It is not enough that he merely sing the part; he must act the role with good comic timing, charm and musicality. Zeffin Quinn Hollis's Falstaff carried [the] weight well, moved the performance along with energy and without artificial gags. He sang with aplomb, especially his grand monologue, L’Onore! (“Honor!”)." - LA Opus

 

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