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This summer, the Boston Midsummer Opera’s production of “The Elixir of Love” (“L’elisir d’amore”) brought its Sunday audience cheering on its feet, according to the Boston Globe. The romantic comedy achieved a perfect “mix of humor and pathos,” as well as a sense of “human warmth” thanks to the vision of BMO music director Susan Davenny Wyner and “fluid” stage direction of Northeastern Theatre professor Antonio Ocampo-Guzman.

Ocampo-Guzman has also previously staged past Boston Midsummer Operas such as Nicolai’s “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” Smetana’s “The Bartered Bride,” and, last summer, Mascagni’s “L’amico Fritz.”

Read the full Boston Globe article here.