“The Glory of the Evening was Jane O’Toole’s Donna Anna, Pure and Thrilling” – The Age, John Slavin. 31st July 2006.
“Jane O’Toole pinged her way through the Queen of the Night Arias with commendable dexterity” – Opera Opera Magazine – International Magazine
“Australian soprano Jane O’Toole acquitted herself agilely as Queen of the Night (and of the high Fs) – New Zealand Listener – Wellington, New Zealand.
“Jane O’Toole – a beautiful singer, she is reason enough to go and see the show” Carmel Carol – Director Magic Flute, National Opera New Zealand
“Soaring soprano Jane O’Toole with not a watt of electronically aided amplification… Beyond Opera rarely do we hear music sung so beautifully and naturally as this” – Herald Sun, Bob Crimeen
“Soaring soprano Jane O’Toole is unswervingly faithful to the time-honoured original genre and her Poor Wand’ ring One was the evening’s undisputed singing summit” – Herald Sun, Bob Crimeen.
“O’Toole also reveals an engaging comic talent and powerful voice” – The West Australian.
“Jane O’Toole as Josephine… sings with beguiling skill” HMS Pinafore on the Polly Woodside. – Herald Sun, Malcolm Riddle
“Coloratura Jane O’Toole whose two fiendishly difficult Queen of the Night arias inspired justifiedly rapturous applause” Magic Flute, Melbourne. – Herald Sun, Bob Crimeen.