Festival of One-Act Operas

October 14, 15* 19, 20, 21, 22*


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The Lantern Marriage-A young farmer Guillot has affection for his orphan cousin Denise, who was entrusted to him by their uncle Mathurin. He hides his feelings by treating her roughly, driving her to despair. Both write to their uncle: him for money, her for advice.


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The Telephone Lucy spends much of her time on the telephone. When her boyfriend, Ben, visits her intending to propose marriage, the telephone rings repeatedly, interrupting Ben every time he is about to pop the question.


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Bon Appetit-With an abandon that is characteristically Julia Child,  singer Michelle Berger she stages a race between a hand beater and a mixing machine and is caught up in the exercise.


Friday and Saturday performances are at 7:30PM. Sunday matinees are at 2:00PM*.

Ticket prices are $21/Adults, $16/Seniors and Military, and $10/Students.

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