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Happy 2021 !!!

Check out my interview with Broadway World's Stephen Mosher:

https://www.broadwayworld.com/cabaret/article/BWW-Interview-At-Home-With-Janice-Hall-20210125

Still Alive Series: Online Shows

Friends, roommates, and award-winning performers Janice Hall and Adam B Shapiro present a series of at-home variety shows, featuring songs, sketches and special guests.

"The production value and talent are so high it's hard to believe they did this from home! THIS is the bar everyone should strive to achieve when putting their work out there."

Sue Matsuki, Cabaret Hotspot

All shows are available on YouTube; click on the individual shows below to watch.

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Live Performances:

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OWEN WINGRAVE

Little Opera Theatre of NY

"...soprano Janice Hall exhibited true concern and affection for Owen, her favorite of her husband’s students. Hall is a wonderful character actress, whose very presence on stage was soothing in the midst of so much vitriol."

Rick Perdian, Seen and Heard International

THE OPERA SHOW (with No Opera)

Winter Rhythms Festival, Urban Stages Theatre

 

"This most innovative effort consists of using opera as a springboard to popular music, wittily describing the plots of operas and the emotions evoked.

The four operas dissected are: La Traviata, in which Ms.Hall appeared as Violetta in the Live From Lincoln Center telecast directed by Renata Scotto; La Bohème, in which over time she sang both Mimi and Musetta; The Barber of Seville, in which she  played Rosina, and astonishingly because of the vocal demands, Salome.

But then, I’m convinced Janice Hall can sing just about anything. Her vocal range and technique are extraordinary. She can float a pianissimo head tone in the vocal stratosphere and yet has chest tones worthy of Azucena."

Beatrice Williams-Rude, Theater Pizzaz.

Performed at Urban Stages Theater

THREE DECEMBERS, by Jake Heggie
"Soprano Janice Hall depicts Maddy as a tragic figure who can’t get past her self-centeredness and glamorous lifestyle to express a deep-seated love for her children. Hall’s forceful stage presence and powerful singing dominated each of three eras, set ten years apart."
Michael Huebner, Arts B'ham
Three Decembers, Opera Birmingham