Meg Bragle's Dido had a beautifully even and enameled mezzo, and she sang most expressively.” - Scott Cantrell

— Dallas Morning News

The production was not staged, but the uniformly excellent cast did enough acting to underline their characters' motives and foibles, as with mezzo-soprano Margaret Bragle's imperious, spiteful Sorceress.” - Andrew Lindemann Malone

— The Washington Post

Margaret Bragle's Dido was strong and sonorous.” - Scott Cantrell

— The Dallas Morning News

Meg Bragle...also added fire, great voice...” - Laura Kennelly


Several singers from the 1998 production have returned to re-create their roles, including the sonorous Bragle...” - Donald Rosenberg

— Cleveland Plain Dealer

Meg Bragle the wonderfully threatening Sorceress...” - Daniel Hathaway


As Second Witch:  "His divinely voiced cohorts, witches Meara Conway, soprano, and Meg Bragle, mezzo, were deliciously conniving, chuckling over their conspiracy.” - Gwenda Nemerofsky

— Winnipeg Free Press