October 7, 2014
A review from The Oklahoman written by John Brandenburg regarding the University of Oklahoma’s production of La finta giardiniera by Mozart:
Soprano Megan Wagner was comically commanding as the mayor’s niece, who repents getting her rival kidnapped and gives up the count for a man she doesn’t love (well-played by a woman, Avery Felton).
March 7, 2014
A review from The Oklahoman written by John Brandenburg regarding the University of Oklahoma’s production of Alcina by Handel:
Looking just dowdy enough, Megan Wagner offered an understated yet poignant performance as Ruggiero’s wife, Bradamante, reminding Ruggiero that “I’m still true, though no longer beautiful.”
A review from Stephen Charitan in the newsletter for the Wagner Society of Ohio who was in attendance of the final performance of the 2012 Baldwin-Wallace Wagner Intensive in which my husband and I participated:
Mr. Floan's real life wife, Megan Wagner, sang a lovely Elsa (Act II, Scene 2) with a clear jugendliche sound reminiscent of Maria Reining...Megan Wagner and Obed Floan have it in them to be the Lohengrin "dream team"...What a pleasure to have a look into the cauldron where the future is fused...