"...a soprano of rich hues and a striking stage presence."
Michael Halliwell, Australian Book Review
"McFadyen’s generous, secure top notes once again underpinned the more declamatory dramatic climaxes, but the quieter passages were at least equally impressive. The darker, unforced lower notes of “Um Mitternacht” gradually accumulated to give greater weight to the final dramatic utterance."
Heather Leviston, Classic Melbourne
"...newcomer Tabatha McFadyen displayed a largely pure-toned, unadorned timbre that matched her character’s mix of youthful innocence and slow-burning resentment. It was an assured performance in any circumstances, let alone one achieved in only two days."