Dates: May 29, 30, and 31
Time: 7:30 p.m. (May 29 and 30) and 2:00 p.m. (May 31)
Location: 5102 Navigation Boulevard, 77011
Tickets: $25/$15 with student ID
Opera is timeless. It gives us the chance to share entertaining stories, cultural traditions, political statements, and unconquerable love. It provides the opportunity to laugh, to cry, to relate, and to believe, all through a high level of intelligent music and genuine artistry. Rossini has remained famous for hundreds of years because of his comedic pieces, his most famous being "Il Barbiere di Siviglia", or "The Barber of Seville". Another work of his that includes even more dynamic characters, even more
memorable music, and even more unbelievably crazy antics is his "Il Turco in Italia". Celebrating its 200th birthday last year, "Il Turco" has been surging back into popular demand and into opera houses around the world, but until now it has not made its way into a professional venue anywhere in Texas. This May, that all changes.
Selim, the Turkish Prince - Christopher Remmel
D. Fiorilla, a capricious wife of: - Erin Kenneavy
D. Geronio, a weak and timid man - Daniel Scofield, Baritone
D. Narciso, a lady's man - Brian Yeakley
Prosdocimo, a poet - Rameen Chaharbaghi
Zaida, a gypsy once betrothed to Selim - Whitney Robinson
Alabazar, a gypsy and friend of Zaida - Alex Scheuermann
Call (920) 475.9679 or email Erin.Lorraine.Studio@aol.com to reserve your tickets today!