“Soprano Jessica Harper steals the show as Roselinde, both in terms of her acting and incredible vocal range. The operatic heights she hits are uplifting and gives this modern interpretation its classical gravitas. ”

http://www.weekendnotes.com/operantics-strauss-die-fledermaus-review/

 

“His unhappy wife Rosalinde was terrifically sung by Jessica Harper who was in thrilling voice. She has great fun teasing Alfred and Gabriel. She suffered from self-deceiving hauteur and could be bitchy in her interactions with Adele yet positively charming to everyone else. Was she really in love with Alfred ? Or Gabriel ? Her show stopping aria in disguise, as a countess at the ball, when she sings the “Czardas”, her set piece in the second act , (“Klänge der Heimat”/”Songs of My Homeland”) had the audience at her feet in raptures and brought the house down .”

http://www.sydneyartsguide.com.au/operantics-present-strauss-die-fledermaus-independent-theatre/

 

“I immensely enjoyed the singing by the whole cast – I thought it was strong on both nights, even if Sunday night’s performance seemed livelier. Jessica Harper was especially inspiring.”

http://www.cutcommonmag.com/live-review-operantics-die-fledermaus/