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Go on a Motown-inspired musical journey of the ups and downs of a young female singing trio from Chicago called "The Dreams." Super-stardom comes with a price. Struggles with fame, fortune, love and prejudice never sounded so good. You won't want to miss the powerhouse voices and spectacular moves of this talented cast. This Tony Award-Winning musical takes center stage at Harmony Hall Regional Center.
One of the world's most beloved operas. Puccini's masterpiece is an unforgettable tale of love, youth, and tragic loss in the Latin Quarter of 19th-century Paris. Wolf Trap Opera presents a fully staged and costumed production of Puccini's classic opera, in a one night production featuring the National Symphony Orchestra, chorus, and custom video projections.
Before Mozart and Salieri there was Florian Gassmann. Following highly acclaimed productions in Paris and Berlin, Wolf Trap Opera presents the American premiere of Gassmann's 1769 comic sendup of traditional 18th-century opera. Go behind the scenes during an opera premiere. From the three star sopranos, whose translated names are Smirking, Out-of-Tune, and Purple-Face, to the insecure composer and stereotypical stage mothers, no one is spared. With daggers drawn and everyone looking for glory, success is by no means assured.
Catch the Tony-winning spectacular that took Broadway by storm! Set against a gloriously rich score, Ragtime transports you to the dawn of the 20th century where change is booming and possibilities are endless. Experience an all-new, striking production brought to life with vibrant dance and compelling characters, as three stories unfold in a timeless tale of hope, hardship, and the American Dream.
Premiered in 1946 to re-open Glyndebourne's theatre, Britten's intimate and haunting lyrical masterpiece is based on an ancient Roman tale of corruption and tragedy. Lucretia, the beautiful and virtuous wife of a Roman general, is defenseless against the tyrannical prince Tarquinius. The horrific events unfold reinforced by Britten's evocative score, moving arias, and two-person male and female chorus into a tense and potent tapestry of music and drama.