Opus is a smart, funny and insightful portrait of the fictional Lazara String Quartet.
As the foursome prepares for a high profile performance at the White House, tensions mount and personalities clash. When their brilliant, but unstable, violist disappears, the others must seek someone new to perform with them. Will the talented young woman they select fit into a group of men with a complex history?
With only days left to prepare, the musicians must navigate the creative, yet often disharmonious, path of creating a masterpiece.
Violist-turned playwright Michael Hollinger skillfully establishes how four very distinct personalities must, in the pursuit of artistic excellence, synthesize with one another to create one seamless sound.