Quotes from the Crooked Media

The Music Man - St. Petersburg Opera, 2018

“Lucas Levy is loads of fun as Marcellus Washburn.” -Broadway World

La traviata - St. Petersburg Opera, 2018

“Standouts in minor roles included tenor Lucas Levy as Alfredo’s friend Gastone...tellingly for demonstrating...operatic power.” -Tampa Bay Times

Falstaff - Opera Omaha, 2018

“Other debuts included...Lucas Levy as Dr. Caius...Many fresh, exciting faces made for a lovely show.” -Omaha World Herald

Into the Woods - St. Petersburg Opera, 2017

"My pick for Best in the Cast belongs to Lucas Levy as Rapunzel’s Prince. Not only does he always remain in character, but he can be heard both in his acting and his singing. He’s a joy to watch. Kevin Grace is also quite good as Cinderella’s Prince; his duet with Lucas (“Agony”) was hilariously off the charts in the fondling department." -Broadway World

"Kevin Grace and Lucas Levy make a marvelous comic duo, as the two vain, strutting-ass princes who woo and rescue, respectively, Cinderella and Rapunzel. Their “Agony” is a tender love song performed by two buffoons." -Creative Loafing

Les contes d'Hoffmann - St. Petersburg Opera, 2017

"As the servant Frantz, Lucas Levy makes the most of his aria about singing...displaying the kind of tenor one would more likely find in a leading role." -Tampa Bay Times

"Lucas Levy plays servants in all three acts and makes a meal of his comic aria in the Antonia act." -Talkin' Broadway

Otello - LoftOpera, 2017

"Lucas Levy was remarkably loud as the Doge." -Wall Street Journal

"Tenor Lucas Levy is excellent as the Doge. His voice is suave and dark, and he evokes to perfection the easy urbanity and glib glad-handing of the career politician." -La Scena Musicale

"Lucas Levy, in the political speech of the Doge, made one regret the small size of his part."          -TheaterScene.net

"There was still one more tenor, Lucas Levy, as the Doge." -Broadway World

Carmen - PORTopera, 2016

"The appealing foursome of gypsies and smugglers was led by the bright soprano of Maeve Hoagland as Frasquita, and featured strong ensemble singing by Sahoko Sato, Robert Mellon and Lucas Levy." -Opera News

Verdi Grand Finale - Sarasota Opera, 2016

"...the drinking song from "Otello" was a huge success, taking full advantage of the sly wit and vocal prowess of Anderson, Heath Huberg and Lucas Levy." -Herald Tribune

Tosca - PORTopera, 2015

"Lucas Levy brought a sadistic edge to Spoletta, a henchman of Scarpia’s who is usually not worth noting." -Portland Press Herald

"..tenor Lucas Levy was an animated Spoletta." -Opera News

Les contes d'Hoffmann - Westminster Opera Theater, 2013

"Tenor Lucas Levy, clearly a popular singer on the Westminster campus, found humor and energy in his four characters of the 'Servants.'" -Town Topics