“A beautiful soprano with wickedly good comic timing” (DC Metro Theatre Arts), Suzanne Lane has been charming audiences, critics, and even mom bloggers with her performances across a variety of Washington DC's stages. In her DC area operatic debut, Ms. Lane was praised as being “unquestionably the star of the show” in Don Pasquale, "owning every scene in which she appeared, playing and singing Norina like a short but potent human dynamo, carrying the entire production relentlessly forward into its madcap finale,” (Communities Digital News). Noted as “the star of the show” (The DC Moms) in the children's musical Knuffle Bunny, Ms. Lane has been proving herself capable of carrying productions spanning from Theatre for Young Audiences to beloved classic operas. Lane's powerful stage presence has been hailed in the world of musical theatre as well, particularly for her role as Hope in Urinetown: “Lane, who has a glorious voice, goes head to head with the rest of the cast throughout the performance to make it truly remarkable,” (Theatre Bloom). Ms. Lane flexed her comic chops again to end the season, playing the role of Lucy Schmeeler in Bernstein's On the Town, followed by singing the iconic role of Cunegonde in Candide in Concert, both at Olney Theatre Center.