Musical Theater Performances
About Steven Kimbrough's Opera and Concert
About Steven Kimbrough's
Production of Sweet Singer
CERVANTES (Man of La Mancha)
"Episodes of brilliant, imaginative acting by Steven Kimbrough."
Richmond Review, Vancouver, B.C.
"Baritone Steven Kimbrough as Cervantes/Quixote has a strong presence
and his vocal work makes the music sound much better than it really
of La Mancha is a triumph! Steven Kimbrough put in a winning
Radio, Vancouver, B.C.
"His opera background and acting ability are beguiling. Caught in
one mask too many, Kimbrough can give voice to a hilarious song like
'Gesticulate' and create an artful escape. Or he can twist the
pedantic lyrics of 'Fate' into a rewarding listen."
Angeles Herald Examiner
plus: Steven Kimbrough. For the role of the con-poet he has everything
to offer: naturalness in acting, adaptability and good looks."
Steven Kimbrough as Hajj, there is an acting singer on stage who
possesses a delightful baritone voice and superb acting ability."
(The Most Happy Fella')
"The Most Happy Fella' today is probably Steven Kimbrough
who ran away with the show of the same name at its opening last
EMILE DE BECQUE (South Pacific)
"Steven Kimbrough is, like the role's originator Ezio Pinza,
possessed of an operatically trained voice. His final solo 'This
Nearly was Mine' had the resonance remembered of the early recording
of the first broadway cast."
San Diego Union
"Kimbrough, speaking of marvelous voices, is an ideal Emile,
romantically dashing, also a very skilled actor. And he belts his
ballads right out of the bowl."
San Diego Tribune
SHADOW (The Desert Song)
"In the romantic songs of Romberg, Kimbrough's voice is pure
Birmingham Post Herald
CYRANO (A Song for Cyrano)
"Steven Kimbrough plays Cyrano with dash, panache, and an
exaggerated flair. Indeed he reminds one a bit of Ferrer in the role."