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    LA TRAVIATA

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    RITUEL POUR UNE MÉTAMORPHOSE

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    THE SPEAKER’S PROGRESS

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    THE BROKEN HEART

  • WHERE ELEPHANTS WEEP

    WHERE ELEPHANTS WEEP

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Recent Projects

EL NIÑO EL NIÑO

EL NIÑO re-tells tells the story of the nativity of Jesus in non-traditional ways, with soprano, mezzo, & baritone soloists, a trio of countertenors, a mixed chorus, and full orchestra.

KING LEAR KING LEAR

Directed by Arin Arbus & featuring Michael Pennington in the title role, produced by Theatre for a New Audience at the brand new Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn, New York

LES MAMELLES DE TIRÉSIAS LES MAMELLES DE TIRÉSIAS

Based on the Apollinaire play and composed during the second world war, this opera is a riotous hour long journey which follows Thérèse as she becomes Tirésias.

LA TRAVIATA LA TRAVIATA

A tragic comment on misunderstanding and social pressures, Verdi’s powerhouse opera tells the story of Violetta – the fallen woman of the title.

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Your new family home – UPSTAIRS CONCIERGE at the Goodman

Your new family home – UPSTAIRS CONCIERGE at the Goodman

Mar 31, 2015 | No Comments

Your new family home: The Concept at the Hotelman Arms… Now in previews, ...

upcoming at Berkeley Rep – PARTY PEOPLE

upcoming at Berkeley Rep – PARTY PEOPLE

Jul 24, 2014 | No Comments

Following a smash premiere at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival a few years ago, a...

watch the documentary about La Monnaie production of LES MAMELLES

watch the documentary about La Monnaie production of LES MAMELLES

Apr 8, 2014 | No Comments

Early this winter we remounted our fantastic production of LES MAMELLES DE TIR...

watch the trailer for KING LEAR

watch the trailer for KING LEAR

Apr 1, 2014 | No Comments

Check out the trailer for KING LEAR – currently running at Theatre for a N...