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Regional Opera Company of the Week: Hawaii Opera Theatre

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HOT has a unique program in which you can support the company while also getting to know and supporting a professional world renown opera singer in your own home. The leads are on the island for four weeks between rehearsal, tech and performance and need a comfortable inviting place to stay. This is such an amazing opportunity to get to know and gain insight to the world of an opera singer.

Regional Opera Company of the Week:  Hawaii Opera Theatre

HOT Current Season:

This years season kicked off with Die Fledermaus back in October and this week saw the close of the second production in the HOT season, Dialogues of the Carmelites. HOT's 2012-13 season ends with Tosca from April 26- 30. If you are on the islands be sure not to miss this season closer sung in Italian with English subtitles.

Opera is all around out throughout this country. No matter where you travel or where you live you can always find an opera outlet. Be sure to find the opera companies near you both at home and on vacation. For more information about Hawaii Opera Theatre or to get tickets for the upcoming Tosca, visit their website.

Regional Opera Company of the Week:  Hawaii Opera Theatre

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