Well, we're almost six months into the pandemic, and the world has already changed. Zoom is now a verb, and online content is in high demand. Our small team at Marble City Opera is working overtime to create and cultivate a new way of educating, engaging, and entertaining our audiences. We are so grateful to be able to move forward with our hybrid in-person and online season, and continue to look for new ways to make music in a safe and socially distant way, while still being able to connect with YOU, our audience.
We have a great line up for you this September and our making plans for October through February leaving room for our live performances of Winterreisse in November, and our World Premiere of Royal Flush in March!
Coming up this month we will be offering two watch parties of one of our favorite composers, Larry Delinger's works. First, we will watch Talk to me Like the Rain based on The Tennessee Williams play of the same name. September 11 at 7:30pm we will premiere live on facebook the world premiere performance of this wonderful 30 minute opera.
Next up will be a fantastic Behind the Scenes interview with the composer himself on Thursday, September 17th at 6pm.
Finally, we will have a watch party of the world premiere performance of Amelia Lost on Friday, September 25th at 7:30pm. Since the world premiere in 2014, this production has travelled to New York, Cleveland, and London, and will now be brought to you in the comfort of your own home! (Stay tuned for more info on both Talk to me Like the Rain and Amelia Lost in the coming weeks leading up to the watch parties.)
We hope that you will join us for these upcoming events and stay tuned for all the exciting things we have planned for you this season. Season Tickets are still available for our in-person and online performances of Winterriesse, Royal Flush, & Tosca. Don't miss your opportunity to order those today!
We appreciate all your support no matter how great or small. Marble City Opera is here for you, and hope that whether we see you in-person or online that you will join us in some capacity to enjoy and celebrate music, art, and theater.