...regal in his bearing whether dressed in black tie or a ladies’ man’s lounging robe, Dickerson’s Almaviva drove the action forward, his threatening tone providing the point of departure for a kaleidoscopic display of vocal colors.
— Santa Barbara Independent
baritone Benjamin Dickerson was a fine Albert, restrained in his discomfort over Werther’s passion for his wife and her evident ambivalence. He has a mature-sounding, full instrument that like Mack’s has a roundness in every register, making him easy to listen to.
— Palm Beach Arts Paper
As Schaunard, the baritone Benjamin Dickerson brought a light touch and feel for comedy to his hapless attempts to brag to his indifferent friends...
— South Florida Classical review