Kelly, Glyptis, Soprano, Opera, Singer

“Kelly Glyptis was the host and star of the show…this Orlofsky was no effete, bored soul but a truly aggressive force, out for a good time, with a wicked sense of humor…Hearty and was not just as a comedienne that Glyptis excelled: her powerful voice, clearly projected with excellent diction, made the comedy possible.”

"Ms. Glyptis sang with impressive precision and emotion... Her “Mi chiamano Mimi” from La Boheme was quite impressive, and I think this emerging young artist could make it as an actress alone."


“The large cast was strong throughout, particularly the women…Kelly Glyptis (Cupid) had clarion [voice] and loads of personality.”- The Washington Post

“Kelly Glyptis, playing Cupid, took the vocal [prize]…coloratura heights with grace and sly wit, and reveled in physical comedy.” -The Richmond Times-Dispatch

“Kelly Glyptis strode dramatically through Donna Elvira's kookiness, singing like an angel.”

 It was also impossible not to love Kelly Glyptis' Fruma-Sarah, who, in one of the production's more whimsical moments, was monstrously tall and deathly pale, with fingers like branches. -The Rapidian

Mother Abbess, at this performance played stunningly by Kelly Glyptis.  Broadway World

​“Singly and in ensemble, [the soloists] proved exceptional…Kelly Glyptis’ lyric soprano soared above the mightiest climaxes.” -The Herald Times