With offerings ranging from the traditional to the adventurous, our 2020-21 season promises to be one of our most unforgettable seasons yet!
September 26, 30, October 2 and 4, 2020
A night with a French courtesan doesn’t always have a happy ending.
Violetta, a courtesan whose beauty is matched only by her intellect and her influence, is celebrated for her skills in seduction and savoir faire, attracting admirers from the cream of the aristocratic crop. But when the hopeless romantic Alfredo professes true love, Violetta abandons her life of luxury to be with the love of her life. From here, Verdi’s goosebump-inducing melodies serenade the star-crossed couple on their steady descent into scandal, sacrifice, and tragedy.
The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess
November 7, 11, 13 and 15, 2020
The song says the livin’ is easy. It ain’t necessarily so.
Hailed as the first American opera, Porgy and Bess has courted critical acclaim and cultural controversy since its premiere. In this tragic love story, a wealth of musical purity pours out of a community plagued by poverty and addiction. For Porgy, a man with “plenty o’ nuttin’,” protecting the woman he loves is everything. But can he truly be her knight in shining armor? Or will their story end with each back where they started?
The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs
February 27, March 3, 5 and 7, 2021
The story of the personal computer has never been more personal.
In a brand-new production as innovative as the man who inspired it, we explore the life of Steve Jobs, from hippie idealist to tech icon. How is it that a person whose devices have connected us in so many ways struggled to make meaningful connections with the people closest to him? Beneath the towering Silicon Valley legend is the story of a complicated human being whose personal demons had lasting consequences.
April 24, 28, 30 and May 2, 2021
If you’re not wrapped around her finger, check under her heel.
Bizet’s feminist fatale is the kind of woman your mother warned you about—and secretly wanted to be. When Carmen is arrested by Don Jose, her passion is so potent that he lets her go, and follows her into a new life among smugglers and fortune tellers. After a tarot card reading foretells death, their romance becomes Fate’s first victim. Jealous and obsessed, Jose confronts Carmen. Will she make one more daring escape, or is her fate inevitable?