Versatile Soprano Rachel Policar has been described as ”spectacular” (LA Times), “arresting” (SF Classical Voice), “silver‐voiced” (Lighting and Sound America) and “a natural comedienne” (Broadway World) for her recent performances. Rachel is a performer across many genres, including opera, musical theatre, pop, jazz, oratorio, and parody songs. Upcoming performances include Anne Frank in a new operatic production of The Diary of Anne Frank this spring, the National Yiddish Theatre’s Virtual Gala, and a return to another favorite company in an exciting role debut to be announced! Virtual performance highlights from this past season: Solo concert with the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, Leah in Lori Laitman’s new opera Uncovered with City Lyric Opera, Ludmilla in Atlan’s play An Opera for Terezin with Beit Terezin, self-produced parody music videos with her ukulele and in the currently streaming children’s opera Zoom Stop, Bully! conceived by Dean Anthony. Rachel has previously been seen at POP as Lisetta in Rossini’s La Gazzetta and has performed across the US with Anchorage Opera, Opera on the James, Knoxville Opera, Dayton Opera, Asheville Lyric Opera, American Lyric Theatre, St Petersburg Opera, Light Opera of New York, Sanibel Music Festival, National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, and more! Rachel is a 2-time winner at the American Traditions competition and a proud member of AEA. #InappropriatelyOperatic pop covers and more on her IG: @Rachel.policar