Festival of One-Act Operas

Act I

 

 

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*Image courtesy of Melanie Fabrizius

 

The Scarf

Composed by Lee Hoiby
Directed by Doug Nagel

 

The Scarf takes place in an isolated farmhouse during a snowy February night. The story follows Miriam, a young woman, unhappily married to the oppressive Reuel. Miriam invokes witch craft to hypnotize the postman to love her.

 

 Act II

 

speed dating just blue neon*Image courtesy of Melanie Fabrizius

Speed Dating Tonight

Composed by Michael Ching
Directed by Gary Treglown

 

Speed Dating is a one-act comic opera written by living composer Michael Ching. A conductor, opera company director and composer, Ching has written a clever and hilarious modern-day take on speed dating in a nightclub.

 

The Festival of One-Act Operas will be presented on April 28 & 30* and May 6 & 7*.
Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30 P.M.
Sunday matinee performances are at 2:00* P.M.
Ticket prices are $21 for adults, $16 for senior/military, and $10 for students.

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