Thursday, February 27th 2020 - Sunday, May 3rd 2020
United States
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: $82-$92. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 800-447-7400.
I am so excited to be singing the role of Mrs. Dickson in the world premiere of Intimate Apparel, a new opera by Ricky Ian Gordon and Lynn Nottage. I had the pleasure of participating in four years of workshops of the opera and am beyond thrilled to be making my Lincoln Center Theater debut! Previews begin on February 27, opening night is March 23, and the run goes through May 3. There are many chances to see the show but tickets are selling FAST!!! We’ll be performing eight shows a week, six days a week!! I hope to see you there! Buy Tickets

Thursday, May 21st 2020
United States
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: $35. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 212-247-7800. Address: 881 7th Avenue.
I am so excited to return to Carnegie Hall! Forgotten Voices is a composite song cycle with music by 15 award-winning composers set to incidental texts by homeless-shelter clients. Commissioned by Music Kitchen–Food for the Soul—a pioneering organization that brings classical music concerts to the homeless nationwide—in celebration of its 15th season, the cycle comprises songs that were premiered in shelters each month since the beginning of 2019. Composers include Courtney Bryan, Jon Grier, Kelly Hall-Tompkins, Gabriel Kahane, James Lee III, Tania León, Beata Moon, Paul Moravec, Angélica Negrón, Kevin Puts, Steve Sandberg, Jeff Scott, Carlos Simon, Errollyn Wallen, and Ellen Taaffe Zwilich. Performed by an ensemble of outstanding musicians, the evening concludes with a question-and-answer session moderated by NBC News’ Harry Smith. Buy Tickets

Friday, April 30th 2021 - Sunday, May 2nd 2021
United States
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages.
I am excited to return to Tulsa Opera singing the role of Miriam in Tobias Picker and Aryeh Lev Stollman’s new opera Awakenings, based on the 1973 book by famed neurologist Oliver Sacks. Awakenings, Mr. Picker’s sixth opera, tells the true story of his late friend, Dr. Sacks, who brought new hope to survivors of the great sleeping sickness pandemic, encephalitis lethargica, which swept across the globe in the early 20th century. Although millions died, many thousands lived on, left immobile like living statues. After nearly half a century, most of these had died as well, and those who had survived remained locked away in hospital wards, forgotten and “asleep.” In the late 1960s, as told in the book by Dr. Sacks, and adapted into a libretto by Lambda Literary Award-winning writer and neuroradiologist Aryeh Lev Stollman, Dr. Sacks began experimenting with the drug L-DOPA used to treat Parkinson’s Disease, and began to “awaken” these patients—men and women who had never stopped thinking or feeling—temporarily bringing them back to an active and engaged life.

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