Bartolo in Paisiello's Il barbiere di Siviglia
Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd 
Koko in The Mikado
A man in The Last Silent Voice 
The Sacristan in Tosca
Leporello in Don Giovanni
Pane in La Calisto 
Hortensius in La fille du régiment
Henry in Man on the Bearskin Rug
Babayan in Figaro 90210!
A man in The Last Silent Voice
Barone in La Traviata
Baron Zeta in The Merry Widow
Tartuffe in Tartuffe

“E. Scott Levin sings Pooh-Bah [with]…not only a rich and powerful voice with admirably clear diction, but also stunningly fine comic gifts. He distinguishes each of his various offices with unique vocal and physical characteristics. A time or two he emits a geyser of shrill gibberish that no human short of Mel Blanc could be expected to produce.”
-Broadway World Review by Steve Callahan of The Mikado

“In his capable hands the character [Pooh-Bah] is hilariously stuffy and his solid voice handles the florid “long life to you” toast at the end of Act I with ease. ”
-Stage Left Review by Chuck Lavazzi of The Mikado

“E. Scott Levin as Doctor Bartolo…was a scene stealer in the buffo tradition”
-Arts Beat LA Review by Jeffrey Roberts of Paisiello’s Il barbiere di Siviglia

“Bass-baritone E. Scott Levin’s smooth, buttery voice was featured with such a musical, artful interpretation”
-Patch Review by Christina Lindhardt of Rossini’s Stabat Mater

“Another stand-out vocal performance was that of E. Scott Levin… He was extremely expressive and incredibly sharp in his timing…this guy can sing!”
-NoHo Arts District.com Review by Lorenzo Marchessi

“E. Scott Levin stood out as the best actor of the day, exuberant, animated, and emotional”
-The Tolucan Times Review by Mary Mallory

“Scott Levin…is truly funny, has excellent diction and sports a finer singing voice than the role requires. He is a strong actor too, who earns his laughs without belaboring them and his Tit-Willow shines as the genuine comic highlight it so rarely is these days.” Watch video
-Stage happenings.com Review by Michael Van Duzer

“E. Scott Levin displays his substantial comic skills as the harassed butler Hortensius.”
-KDXH.org Review by Chuck Lavazzi

“Baritone E. Scott Levin…as Alidoro…makes the most of it. It’s a fine performance, sung with complete conviction.”
-KDXH.org Review by Chuck Lavazzi

“Scott Levin is a delight as Baron Zeta-both as a singer and as a gifted comic actor.”
-KDXH.org Review by Steve Callahan

Reviews

“Baritone E. Scott Levin sings Pooh-Bah [with]…not only a rich and powerful voice with admirably clear diction, but also stunningly fine comic gifts. He distinguishes each of his various offices with unique vocal and physical characteristics. A time or two he emits a geyser of shrill gibberish that no human short of Mel Blanc could be expected to produce.”
-Broadway World Review by Steve Callahan of The Mikado

“In his capable hands the character [Pooh-Bah] is hilariously stuffy and his solid voice handles the florid “long life to you” toast at the end of Act I with ease. ”
-Stage Left Review by Chuck Lavazzi of The Mikado

“E. Scott Levin as Doctor Bartolo…was a scene stealer in the buffo tradition”
-Arts Beat LA Review by Jeffrey Roberts of Paisiello’s Il barbiere di Siviglia

“Bass-baritone E. Scott Levin’s smooth, buttery voice was featured with such a musical, artful interpretation”
-Patch Review by Christina Lindhardt of Rossini’s Stabat Mater

“Another stand-out vocal performance was that of E. Scott Levin… He was extremely expressive and incredibly sharp in his timing…this guy can sing!”
-NoHo Arts District.com Review by Lorenzo Marchessi

“E. Scott Levin stood out as the best actor of the day, exuberant, animated, and emotional”
-The Tolucan Times Review by Mary Mallory

“Scott Levin is not your conventional Ko-Ko…he is truly funny, has excellent diction and sports a finer singing voice than the role requires. He is a strong actor too, who earns his laughs without belaboring them and his Tit-Willow shines as the genuine comic highlight it so rarely is these days.”
-Stage happenings.com Review by Michael Van Duzer

“E. Scott Levin displays his substantial comic skills as the harassed butler Hortensius.”

“Baritone E. Scott Levin…as Alidoro…makes the most of it. It’s a fine performance, sung with complete conviction.”

“Scott Levin is a delight as Baron Zeta-both as a singer and as a gifted comic actor.”

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