Stephen Clark
(He/Him) American operatic bass Stephen Clark has been a member of Theater Bremen's ensemble since the 2018-2019 season. Highlights from his time there include performances of Sarastro (Die Zauberflöte), Leporello (Don Giovanni), and Osmin (Die Entführung aus dem Serail).
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Stephen Clark

Since 2018, Stephen Clark has been an ensemble member of the Theater am Goetheplatz in Bremen, Germany, where he has given performances as Sarastro in Die Zauberflöte, Osmin in Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Leporello in Don Giovanni, Melisso in Alcina, and Graf Ribbing in Un ballo in maschera. The 2021-22 season sees him make a number of role debuts in this house, notably Dulcamara in L'elisir d'amore, Pistola in Falstaff, and Harašta in The Cunning Little Vixen, a role he will also reprise with the Volkstheater Rostock. Before his time in Germany, Mr. Clark was a member of the Yale Opera program. During his time there, he made a number of role debuts, such as Don Alfonso in Così fan tutte, Sarastro in Die Zauberflöte, Luka in William Walton's The Bear, and the Father-in-Law in Milhaud's Le pauvre matelot. While attending Yale, he also performed frequently in concert, appearing as a soloist in the first two parts of Handel's Messiah with the Hartford Chorale, in Stravinsky's Renard with Orchestra New England, and in Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with the Waterbury Symphony, the Hartford Symphony, and most notably with the Yale Philharmonia, a performance conducted by Marin Alsop. During his years as a young artist, Mr. Clark performed various roles with a number of American opera houses. In 2018, he appeared with Chautauqua Opera as Masetto in their production of Don Giovanny. In two seasons with Central City Opera between 2016 and 2017, he sang Angelotti in Tosca, a Denver Politician in The Ballad of Baby Doe and Azarias in Britten’s The Burning Fiery Furnace. He has also given performances with Sarasota Opera, the Fort Worth Opera Festival, and his hometown company, Tulsa Opera.

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