"Giselle Ty's enterprising stage direction and Hazel Lever's vigorous choreography enabled the small cast to shine as actors." -- Boston Classical Review, "Opera Brittenica debuts with a riveting 'Rape of Lucretia'"
Check out cast member Nina Yancy's At Last-inspired speech for the Harvard Class of 2013.
"...the show was incredibly meaningful and impressively fluid from the moment that the audience stumbled into the theater. Immediately the performers were invested in their parts, and each wrote a certain section of the lyrics repeatedly throughout the space, only to erase, revise, and rewrite the lyrics at different points throughout the show.... The message was clear; relationships are all-consuming, emotional, and there’s no way to avoid the glaring reality of love." --- The Crimson , "'At Last' Leaves Memorable Missive"
Check out The Crimson 's preview of At Last .
"Although the Emcee (Alexander M. Willis ’14) and the back-up dancers
are only meant to guide the story along, they end up stealing the show
with witty line delivery and well-choreographed routines.... the real vivacity in the play is provided by a cast of erotic dancers in
lingerie—or, for the men, pants, suspenders, and a healthy dose of
lipstick—all expertly choreographed by Hazel A. Lever ’13." --- The Crimson , "Incredible Dancing Elevates 'Cabaret'"
"In 'Exit Tension,' Sosa set an all-female ensemble to the music of Iron
and Wine, a soundtrack perhaps not typically destined for contemporary
choreography, but which ended up working beautifully with her dynamic
formations, transitions, and partner work while giving the dancers´
exuberance, such as that of stand-out Hazel Lever ‘13, a chance to
shine." --- Harvard Art Review, "Barre None: A Harvard Ballet Company Performance"