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The Most Happy Fella, DiCapo Opera
Peter Kendall Clark was a strapping, energetic Joe, and his soothingly sexy rendition of “Don’t Cry” was, in its own way, the most memorable vocal moment of the show.
Clark portrays a hauntingly tragic antihero and we witness the progression of his mental collapse. In a role that demands nearly continuous singing, one of his many outstanding numbers is the spine-chilling tribute to his razors ‘My Friends.’
In Buffy Baggott and Peter Kendall Clark, this cast has a Mrs. Lovett and Sweeney Todd who not only sang gorgeously (especially Clark) but also displayed the dramatic range and comic timing (especially Baggott) to turn the blackness of the tale into something transcendent. Everything came together in the pair’s madcap tour de force, A Little Priest, in which unspeakable material (Mrs. Lovett’s pies made from entrails of Todd’s murder victims) became the stuff of exhilarating song and dance.
Candide co production with Anchorage Opera and Anchorage Symphony Photo Kathleen Behnke
As Harry Easter in Street Scene at Virginia Opera
Baritone Peter Kendall Clark plays the despicable boss and yet has such stage presence and sings so well that I almost liked him.
As Older Erich in the world premiere of Ted Rosenthal’s jazz opera Dear Erich (New York City Opera) Photo Richard Termine for The New York Times
The impressive singers of this 15-member cast — many taking more than one role — gave their all to the piece. The baritone Peter Kendall Clark brought gravity and earthy sound to Old Erich...
“Audience favorite Peter Kendall Clark is back after having won acclaim in the Syracuse Opera’s 2014-2015 season in “Die Fledermaus” and “A Little Night Music,” and 2015-2016, “My Fair Lady.” He lives up to his radiant reputation as a convincing actor and engaging singer in the role of anti-hero Macheath, portraying the callous rogue with exceptional energy in his resonant, articulate baritone.”