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Due to popular demand, ToUch Performance Art will extend their immersive theater experience: AcousticaElectronica through December. ToUch continues their electricity after a successful summer at DROM followed after a four-year Boston run at Club Oberon with the American Repertory Theater. Powered by the energy of a contemporary nightclub, AcousticaElectronica is a mind-blowing event that blends electronic and classical music, hip-hop and ballet, aerials and opera to create an infectious evening. Succumb to this awe-inspiring experience as world-class DJs guide you through a night unlike any other. Don't believe us? Come feel for yourself.
Angel's Bone is a new work of opera-theatre by composer Du Yun and librettist Royce Vavrek that follows the plight of two angels whose nostalgia for earthly delights has, mysteriously, brought them back to our world. They are found battered and bruised from their long journey by a man and his wife. The married couple is in the midst of a financial crisis, they seem to have grown far apart from one another in this marriage, and the unspoken aggression between them is palpable; nevertheless, Mr. and Mrs. X.E. set out to nurse the wounded angels back to health: they bathe them, wash the dirt from their nails... then lock them in a room, leaving them a claw foot bathtub for a shared bed, and decide to exploit these magical beings for wealth and personal gains.
James Levine brings his incomparable musicianship to Johann Strauss, Jr.'s beloved operetta for the first time in his 45-year Met career. The Met's glittering recent production stars soprano Susanna Phillips as Rosalinde, tenor Toby Spence as her philandering husband, Eisenstein, and mezzo-soprano Susan Graham in the glamorous trouser role of Prince Orlofsky.
Dog Days incorporates elements of opera, musical theater, and rock-infused-concert music to investigate the psychology of a working class American family against a not-so distant-future wartime scenario. This black comedy asks: is it madness, delusion, or sheer animal instinct that guides us through severely trying times? Where lies the line between animal and human, and at what point must we give into our animal instincts to survive?
¡Figaro! (90210) comes to New York following its critically-acclaimed, sold-out stage premiere with LA Opera.
Hildegard (vision) follows the story of Hildegard, a medieval nun, composer, and philosopher, who experienced divine visions. The structure piece mirrors the scientific phases of the body during a migraine attack, represented through an integrated mix of piercing sound, motion and surreal imagery, to examine the ways in which context combined with physiological processes shape how we perceive and affect change within the world around us.
A woman meets a couple in a hotel parking lot. All three are nervous. They have come to seal a pact. Walsh's fifth American Premiere at St. Ann's, The Last Hotel reunites the creators of Misterman and arrives after engagements at the Royal Opera House, Edinburgh International and Dublin Theatre Festivals.
The Opera Nabucco by Giuseppe Verdi will be presented at the Center for Jewish History in New York. Baritone David Serero will be starring as Nabucco. Cast includes soloists from the Metropolitan Opera, La Scala, Paris Opera and Bolshoi Opera.
The Met season opens with Verdi's masterful Otello, inspired by Shakespeare's play and matching it in tragic intensity. Director Bartlett Sher probes the Moor's dramatic downfall with an outstanding cast: tenor Aleksandrs Antonenko plays the doomed Otello; new soprano star Sonya Yoncheva sings Desdemona, Otello's innocent wife and victim; and baritone Željko Lučić plays the evil Iago, who masterminds Otello's demise. Dynamic maestro Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts.