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RAVE REVIEWS FOR "KISS ME, KATE" AT UTAH FESTIVAL OPERA AND MUSICAL THEATER!!!

 

"As great as the two leading actors are, Lee Daily and Daniel Quintana may have stole the show with their performances as the gangsters. They had the crowd rolling with their one-liners, and received the first standing ovation following the show. Their capper, and one of the highlights of the musical, was the duos rendition of “Brush up Your Shakespeare.” - Timothy R. Olsen, Cache Valley Daily

"Brush Up Your Shakespeare," (drew) cheers for character actors Lee Daily and Daniel Quintana as bumbling gangsters ..." - Robert Coleman, Salt Lake Tribune

 "Lee Daily and Daniel Quintana are spot-on and a great comic device. These gangsters in Bard garb has to be seen to be fully appreciated. The pair’s “Brush Up on Shakespeare” somehow manages to be both irritating and delightful." Jay Wamsley, Deseret News

 

 

FROM PREVIOUS PERFORMANCES

"...smooth and savvy."

- Zachary Woolfe, The New York Times

 

"Daniel Quintana, with his lustrous, deep blue baritone, was commanding as the swindling Schicchi."

-Thomas Huizenga, The Washington Post 

 

Daniel Quintana, the Figaro, elegantly upheld the baritone
end of the ensembles and displayed an impressive range of flummoxed
scowls. -John Yohalem, Opera News

 

"..his voice is juicy and resonant...his dramatic instincts are right on target."

-Eli Jacobson, Gay City News

 

"Daniel Quintana did not disappoint with his ever-scheming, yet ever charming Figaro and was able to portray him with underpinnings of vulnerability and substance, making for a multi-dimensional character that you can’t help wanting to root for despite misgivings. Although his voice was the beautiful and deeply resonant baritone that I expected given his past engagements, his strongest quality on the stage was in his character portrayal."- Stage Magazine