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Scott Frost Scott Frost is a Production and Stage Manager and a Freelance Costume Designer. In addition to being a theatrical manager and designer he currently works for Music Theatre International, the leader in the theatrical licensing industry, specializing in Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End musicals.



Regional Opera Company of the Week: Opera Company of Philadelphia
January 24, 2013

Opera Company of Philadelphia (OCP) has been opening its doors since 1975 when it committed itself to delivering outstanding productions of both traditional repertoire and new operatic works. The company assembles the finest international artists to educate, deepen and diversify the opera audience in the greater Philadelphia area. The company produces both large scale and more intimate chamber performances at the Academy of Music and in the Perelman Theater respectively. In addition to these two spaces the company frequently performs throughout the community. The OCP is so committed to new works that the General Directors David B Devan, OCP launched in 2011 the American Repertoire Program to produce a new American work in each of the next ten seasons as well as the nation's first collaborative Composer In Residence Program with New York's Gotham Chamber Opera and Music-Theatre Group.

Regional Opera Company of the Week: Austin Lyric Opera, TX
January 17, 2013

Austin Lyric Opera became the first professional opera company in Austin when it was founded in May of 1986. It quickly became a cultural touchstone for the fine arts community in the Central Texas Region. Co-founders Joseph McClain and the late Dr. Walkter Ducloux quickly developed a company focused on 3 essential E's- Enrich, entertain and educate. This has only continued since its debut production of Mozart's The Magic Flute in January 1987 until now 26 years later.

BWW Reviews: LA BOHEME at Amora Opera: Small Company, Huge Voices
December 30, 2012

The vocal prowess of the Amore Opera singers is superb with rich nuance and controlled power behind the voices. Jonathan Winell plays the commanding role of Rodolfo with a generously sized voice to produce clarion top notes. Na Li Youm also performs with great range as Mimi. Showing dexterity in the role, she sings with ease and beauty. Julia Lima, Musetta, played the impassioned, volatile role with astonishing power and great musical expertise. The chorus produced a great bustling Café Momus scene of Act 2. Even the box office manager that had helped me an hour earlier made an appearance onstage.

BWW Reviews: BARBER OF SEVILLE Brings All Ages to the Met
December 23, 2012

What a delight to go to the opera house among so many children, each bustling with excitement for what I can only imagine was the first time for many. The Metropolitan Opera's new and abridged version of Rossini's comic opera The Barber of Seville - sung in the English-language is guaranteed fun for the whole family. Not only is the opera comic and sung in English, it is also cut down to only two hours, including the intermission. All of this combined makes for great holiday entertainment for anyone on your list.

Regional Opera Company of the Week: Portland Opera
December 20, 2012

Portland Opera is a vibrant and vital part of the cultural activity and identity in Oregon. With 48 years in the business, the company has earned a devoted public following throughout the state of Oregon and southwestern Washington. Read more about Portland Opera in this week's Regional Opera Company of the Week feature!

BWW Reviews: AIDA, the Larger-Than-Life Verdi Opera, Comes to the Met for Another Season
December 14, 2012

Aida has been among the most popular operas in the Met's repertory since the "German Seasons" in the 1880s and this season's production follows suit. This Sonja Frisell 1988 production of a classic Verdi opera left the audience feeling a wide range of emotions from beginning to end. From the vast Egyptian landscapes to the extraordinary musical talents, Aida at the Met this season is a production to remember.

Regional Opera Company of the Week: Winter Opera St. Louis
December 13, 2012, the largest theatre site on the net, continues its expansion into other areas of entertainment with our latest feature -The Regional Opera Company of the Week! This week, we're thrilled to present you to Winter Opera St. Louis!

Regional Opera Company of the Week: Opera Lafayette
December 8, 2012

Opera Lafayette is an opera company based in Washington, DC that produces French operas from the 17th and 18th Centuries. It was founded in 1995 by Ryan Brown and performs at the Kennedy Center, The Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, and Jazz at Lincoln's Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall. In February, the company made its international debut at the Opéra Royal de Versailles.

Regional Opera Company of the Week: Florentine Opera Company
November 21, 2012, the largest theatre site on the net, continues its expansion into other areas of entertainment with our latest feature - 'The Regional Opera Company of the Week'. This week's featured Opera Company is Florentine Opera Company in Wisconsin!