Jo in "Little Women"

"The 15-member cast I heard seemingly rejoiced in their collective and individual commands of Adamo’s idiom. The characters were exceedingly well differentiated and honestly inhabited. The dominant figure in the narrative, Jo, as Alexandra Dietrich conveyed her on Sunday, was large of personality with an instrument to match. She traced...

Tisbe in "La Cenerentola", Boston Opera Collaborative

"Clorinda and Tisbe, the wicked stepsisters, played by Laura DellaFera and Alexandra Dietrich, respectively, are too much fun and start the production off on a light, graceful, and humorous note. They delight in showing the audience their ugliest qualities and relish in the humor, despite singing in Italian. Yes, the...

Tisbe in "La Cenerentola", Boston Opera Collaborative

"As with most Rossini comedies, the devilishly difficult vocal passages are the main event. They require strong yet supple voices able to negotiate wide-range acrobatics without sounding strained. The unexpected delight here was that most of the singers, each one at the very early stages of their career, were able...

Solo Voice, "An Evening of Handel & Friends"

"Another pleasant surprise for me was the singing of Alexandra Dietrich, mezzo-soprano. Her voice is rich in all registers and she sang these songs with passion and understanding. Sopranos, even good sopranos, are plentiful. A really good mezzo is rare indeed. She has the potential to be among the best...

Zita in "Gianni Schicchi", University of Southern Maine

"Rinuccio's snobbish aunt Zita (deliciously bitchy Alexandra Dietrich)...leads the pack in pooh-poohing the self-made Gianni...the cast launches into a marvelously manic show of slapstick and send-ups. The sense of movement is energetic, as when the family of nine tears the house apart in search of the will; and...

Soloist in "By Rodgers!, University of Southern Maine

"The six Guettel songs on the program, while difficult to sing, were carried off with style, especially "Lucky" from "Floyd Collins", by Emily Moore and Alexandra Dietrich, which had a sensitive feeling for intervals in the duet passage."
- Christopher Hyde, Portland Press...