“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 winning...it was not just as a comedienne that Glyptis excelled: her powerful voice, clearly projected with excellent diction, made the comedy possible.”-OperaNews.com

"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." -Operagene.com


“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.” -OperaNews.com

 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