OperaWorks' Non-Boring Original Opera 2013: A Contemporary Mash-Up of Famous Works
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The last date listed for Non-Boring Original Opera 2013 was Sunday July 28, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Featured review from Kathleen O'NanRed Velvet
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This was my first time to see a production by this opera training company but it will not be the last. While the plot got a bit confusing at times, the music and the glorious voices more than made up for that. The acting was great too! A wonderful afternoon and the recital hall was great also.
Zeffin Quinn Hollis – Stage Director
Kelly Horsted, Daniel Gledhill, Margaret Singer, Doug Sumi – Music Directors
Paula Thomson – Choreographer
Ann Baltz – Artistic Director
Cast: Elizaveta Agladze • Erin Alcorn • Sylvia Baba • Joannah Ball • Lauren Barchi • Rebecca Coberly • Emmanuel Cruz • Natalie Dewey • Serena Eduljee • Alexandra Fees • Erin Gonzalez• Aine Hakamatsuka • Carami Hilaire • Beth Hoselton • Mariya Kaganskaya • Rainelle Krause • Danielle Lozano • Andrea Lyons • Alyssa Marshall • Roland Mills • Barbee Monk • Philip Morgan • Erin O’Meally • Kylena Parks • Laura Perkett • Kevin Peters • Philippe Pierce • Rebecca Richardson • Madison Smith • Shane Tapely • Will Vestal • Amanda Workman
Running time is approximately 2 hours.
Please allow extra time for parking. Parking on campus requires a parking permit. Cypress Recital Hall is located on Nordhoff St., between Lindley and Etiwanda Avenues. Park in Lot B1. There are self-serve dispenser parking machines at each end of the lot. Parking permits are $6 and are required for all campus parking. Please make sure to clearly display the permit on your dashboard, inside the car.
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Mission Statement: To train and empower performers to excel personally and artistically, and to develop new audiences for opera through innovative alternatives to traditional opera productions.
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