Fenlon Lamb stage director

About Fenlon Lamb

Fenlon Lamb makes her NCO debut this season directing Carmen. Most recently, Fenlon directed the world premiere of Riders of the Purple Sage with Arizona Opera in a production that BroadwayWorld.com called “epic” and “memorable…literally and figuratively blazing trails.” She led Dayton Opera’s Carmen and directed the oratorio To Be Certain of the Dawn (Stephen Paulus) with the Lexington Philharmonic.

Fenlon and her artistic partner, Jeff Ridenour, created a unique production of The Juliet Letters with the Resident Artists of Lyric Opera Kansas City which the Kansas City Star hailed as “a successful, intimate show [that] delighted the audience in a noteworthy production.” In another collaboration with Mr. Ridenour, she débuted with Finger Lakes Opera directing a new production of La traviata.

Fenlon made her company début with Opera Santa Barbara directing a double-bill of Suor Angelica/Gianni Schicchi and returned to Palm Beach Opera for her fourth season to direct a “delightful, energetic” Don Pasquale.

Upcoming engagements include Charlie Parker’s jazz opera Yardbird for Arizona Opera, Carmen for Annapolis Opera, and Derrick Wang’s Scalia/Ginsburg for OperaDelaware.