ANTONIO SOTO
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Uruguay-born lyric-bass Antonio Soto is a seasoned and versatile performer
with long and wide-ranging experience in opera, as well as great faculty and flair as
a tango singer and stage actor

For his last performance in the musical "Mummy in the Closet: The Return of Eva Peron", Hainess Egas from Coloquio cultural magazine stated:

"The Uruguayan ANTONIO SOTO, with vast experience on stage, personifies General Peron. His acting -- exceptional. His size and physical presence contribute to our seeing in front of us a living portrait of Peron. Soto, with his beautiful and highly powerful voice filled the theater. But I must say, that one of the most impressive scenes occurs when General Peron and Evita dance and sing a lovely and moving tango, dedicated to their eternal love." June, 2009

Rosalid Lacy from DC Theater  Scene said: "As General Juan Peron, ANTONIO SOTO’s statuesque stage presence makes for an appealing foil to Conforte (Evita)." June-2009

...As Eva, Conforte’s ....and her supple-limbed tango with Juan Perón (ANTONIO SOTO) is the evening’s highlight.
City Paper. June 2009

As General Juan Peron, ANTONIO SOTO’s statuesque stage presence makes for an appealing foil to Conforte.  In a tricky role, Soto captures Juan Peron’s paternalistic charm and passion for power that contrasts with Eva’s altruistic love for people. This baritone, whose operatic experience ranges from Mozart to Verdi and Puccini, manages to sustain sympathy for Peron...
DC Theater Scene, June 2009

ANTONIO SOTO (Juan Peron), a native of Uruguay, has a solid big baritone voice that comes forth effortlessly.
Potomac Stages, June 2009

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