Stage Director

Verdi’s La Traviata – Boheme Opera (2001) – Bloomberg News

The ensuing acts were so wonderful that the evening turned into an artistic triumph. The performance took place before an ultimately ecstatic audience of 1,900. Director James Marvel took a traditional approach yet added many little visual touches to give more impact to the action on stage. He resisted the temptation to over-dramatize the confrontation in Act III and the death scene in the finale. In other words, like the leading singers on stage, he got this production just right.”

– Bloomberg News, May 2, 2001, Albert Cohen

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