Check out this amazing article written about Waycott's reasons for pursuing opera and what led her down this career path!
Read an interview with Waycott for Sun Valley Magazine's Fall Feature on Sun Valley artists pursuing the arts around the world!
"She showed her versatility in character portrayal and singing style with two other solo numbers: Leonora di Gusman's demanding aria, "Oh mio Fernando," from La Favorita by Donizetti, and the contemporary piece, "Taylor, the Latte Boy," by Heisler and Goodrich. For the latter, which seemed made for her, Waycott charmed the audience with a comedienne's sense of timing, singing about a young woman who falls in love with a male barista at a Starbucks after he doesn't charge her for the much-needed jolt of java in her triple latte."
- The Independent
"Mezzo-soprano Louisa Waycott stood out from the rest of the cast for her vocal force and sneering presence as Regina, the only singer who could be heard clearly from all parts of the stage. Even at the top of the curving staircase in Diana Chun's striking set, she could be heard in those monotone recitatives of the second act, where she spits down vitriol on the servants and other characters." - Charles T. Downey
Regina - Regina
"Louisa Waycott was a younger, less haughty Madame de la Haltière, more a nag than evil stepmother. Waycott brought lively declamation and a secure mezzo to her outbursts if not the low contralto low tones." - Lawrence Budmen
- Miami Herald
Cendrillon - Madame de la Haltière