The Bloggers LOVE
Opera Manhattan’s Opera Festival!
- After going to see the triple bill of operas…in which the main characters are touched by a voice…you will be craving to hear more of those voices in your head. …I urge you to go to all three for the unique theater experience. All three really are spectacular. Go and hear the voices. (read more here)
- Opera Manhattan’s spring festival packs an emotional punch, or rather three. The triple bill features short twentieth-century operas in widely differing styles, united by their focus on emotionally and psychologically fragile female central characters (not to say their emotional and psychological disintegration.) In the hands of Opera Manhattan’s artists, these were presented as narratives of strength, as well as weakness. ….if undertaking them all on one night, proceed with caution and tissues. (read more here)
Voce di meche proclaims:
- Opera Manhattan excels at giving singers an opportunity to add new roles to their repertoire and also at giving the audience an opportunity to get “up close and personal”. St. Clement’s Church has a fine theater and we urge you to attend the remaining performances and to fill it up. (read more here)
Opera Manhattan gratefully
acknowledges the support of Aon
for its 2012 Opera Festival.
Opera Manhattan Repertory Theatre serves the New York metro area by producing and performing both popular and unusual operas for the theater-going public and under-served communities. OMRT strives to empower emerging artists, encourage creative thinking, and develop business-minded artists by creating opportunities for artists to produce operas themselves—a company for artists by artists.
Opera Manhattan Repertory Theatre, Inc. is a fiscally-sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts service organization. Contributions in behalf of Opera Manhattan Repertory Theatre, Inc., may be made payable to Fractured Atlas, and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.