Don Pasquale


Don Pasquale in Donizetti's Don Pasquale with Opera Theatre of Northern Virginia

"As Pasquale, Lewis Freeman combined a strong, solid baritone with fine vocal and physical acting."
   – The Washington Post

Arlen Blues and Berlin Ballads with the IN Series

"It is a delight to hear operatic baritone Lewis Freeman deliver Arlen and Berlin repertoire with such ease and confidence. His are beautiful, achingly reminiscent renditions of 'Last Night When We Were Young' and 'How Deep is the Ocean.' "
   – DC Theatre Scene


Judge Brid'Oison in Beaumarchais' play The Marriage of Figaro, with Constellation Theatre

". . . wry and wistful moments, such as . . . some enjoyable deadpanning by Lewis Freeman, who plays a less-than-competent judge."
   – The Washington Post


Figaro in Rossini's The Barber of Seville with Opera DC

"Lewis Freeman projected a magnetic personality as Figaro and sang impressively. The sustained notes were at the top – at the points where the coloratura passage came to rests. Freeman's runs were agile, but those long notes were rich and beautifully controlled."
   – The Washington Post

Germont in Verdi's La Traviata with Prince George's Opera

"Lewis Freeman, as the elder Germont, has a commanding stage presence and a rich baritone voice. His long scene in Act 2 was particularly impressive."
   – The Washington Post