"Omar Lopez-Cepero as Che, is a driving force and a big talent in the show. Mr. Lopez-Cepero's voice is big, his movement are smooth and he stays consistent in his dynamic performance throughout."
"Omar Lopez-Cepero was charismatic and electrifying. His wide vocal range, piercing tone and pop style perfectly captured the rock tenor sound Weber's work often calls for. He turned in one of the dynamic and substantive performances of the evening."
"Omar Lopez-Cepero as Che Guevara, is a consummate artist. A
magnetic singing-actor, he is at once cynical, confounding,
revolutionary, critical, and terrific. He is the glue that’s central to
sculpting 'Evita' into a fascinating story of hopes, dreams, gossip and
-Theatre Reviews by Jack Neal
"Omar Lopez-Cepero's defiant and confident portrayal of Che shone for the entire show. His solo received the loudest applause of the night, which only the uproar from his curtain call could contend with."
-South Bend Tribune
"Omar Lopez-Cepero is a fine Che. He breathes fresh air into the production. He inhabits his character where the others act theirs, making Che his own. He also has a more-than-pleasant voice which can drip scorn if not revolutionary ardor."
"Omar Lopez-Cepero cuts a dashing romantic figure and has the voice for this sort of popera endeavor."
"Omar Lopez-Cepero has everything a leading man should have, including great stage presence and a fabulous singing voice."
"Lopez-Cepero is the standout singer in the cast, and his tender
rendition of "Will's Confession" is another highlight of the production."
"As Will, Omar Lopez-Cepero sings attractively and acts vigorously."
Pirates of Penzance
"As Frederic, Lopez-Cepero has the leading-man looks and earnest gumption required of the male ingénue."
-Chicago Theatre beat
"Formidable vocal chops are pleasing indeed, leading the way are the legit voices of Omar Lopez-Cepero..."
-Chicago Sun Times
"Lopez-Cepero, a full-voiced and wonderful Marius"
"Omar Lopez-Cepero's stellar vocalizing of "Where Is Love?" and the moving "Seasons of Love" (which also employed a full chorus of young performers onstage) were highlights."