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Marin Theatre Announces Two U.S. Premieres And More For 2024/25 Season

Marin Theatre reveals its 24/25 season featuring two U.S. premieres and more.
PELLEAS & MELISANDE Comes to Des Moines Metro Opera Next Year

PELLÉAS & MÉLISANDE comes to Des Moines Metro Opera next year! The opera is by Claude Debussy, adapted from the play by Maurice Maeterlinck. Performances run July 6, 12, 17, 21 at Blank Performing Arts Center. It will be sung in French with English supertitles.
THE BARBER OF SEVILLE, SALOME & More Set for Des Moines Metro Opera 2024 Festival Season

Des Moines Metro Opera’s complete repertory for the company’s 2024 Festival Season has been revealed.
Reconocen A Ana Ofelia Murguía Con La Medalla Cátedra Ingmar Bergman 2022 Por Su Amplia Trayectoria Y Legado Teatral

En reconocimiento a la trayectoria y aportaciones al quehacer artístico de nuestro país, la actriz de número Ana Ofelia Murguía, de la Compañía Nacional de Teatro del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (Inbal), a través de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, la Coordinación de Difusión Cultural UNAM y la Cátedra Extraordinaria Ingmar Bergman en Cine y Teatro, recibió la Medalla Cátedra Ingmar Bergman 2022. 
OPERA America Awards Opera Grants For Women Stage Directors And Conductors

OPERA America has announced the first-round recipients of the 2023 Opera Grants for Women Stage Directors and Conductors. 
Carnegie Hall Presents Mezzo-Soprano Samantha Hankey in Debut Recital in March

Mezzo-soprano Samantha Hankey makes her Carnegie Hall recital debut on Friday, March 10, 2023 at 7:30pm in Weill Recital Hall as part of Great Singers III: Evenings of Song.
PELLEAS ET MELISANDE is Now Playing at New National Theatre

'Pelléas et Mélisande' is the only opera by French impressionist composer Claude Achille DEBUSSY. DEBUSSY strove to produce a uniquely French opera.
Barbican announces January - April 2022 Theatre and Dance Programme

The Barbican today announces its 2022 Theatre and Dance programme, from January to April. Tickets go on sale to Principal Patrons and Barbican Patrons today, to Barbican Members Plus on Thursday 28 October, to Barbican Members on Friday 29 October and on general sale from Monday 1 November 2021.
HERE Announces Additional Programming and New Puppeteer Residencies for Fall 2020 Season

The OBIE-winning HERE has announced additional programming for its HERE THERE EVERYWHERE fall 2020 season. HERE's expanded online programming continues to innovate with the serial space opera, Only You Will Recognize The Signal, featuring a libretto by Rob Handel, music by Kamala Sankaram, and direction by Kristin Marting.
Nicholas Phan to Headline EMERGING VOICES: ART SONG & SOCIAL CONNECTION at Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

Nicholas Phan's January engagements showcase his passion for art song, his love of collaborative work, and his extraordinary gift for musical curation. On January 13-24, with the support of an outstanding roster of fellow singers and instrumentalists, the tenor co-curates and headlines 'Emerging Voices: Art Song & Social Connection' at the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society.
BWW Review: SUMMER SHORTS at 59E59 Theaters is an Engaging Seasonal Theatrical Event

Gather your group and enjoy a seasonal entertainment treat. 'Summer Shorts,' the festival of new American plays, is now onstage at 59E59 Theaters. It's an event that theatergoers look forward to every year with original plays by noted artists presented in short form.
Dell'Arte Opera Festival Returns To La MaMa August 11-25

Dell'Arte Opera Ensemble today announced its 17th annual summer festival: Voices from the Tower, exclusively featuring works composed by women.
Cast Announced For SUMMER SHORTS 2019 At 59E59 Theaters

Casting is complete for this year's SUMMER SHORTS 2019, produced by Throughline Artists (J.J. Kandel, Producing Artistic Director) at 59E59 Theaters (Val Day, Artistic Director; Brian Beirne, Managing Director). SUMMER SHORTS 2019 begins on Friday, July 19 and runs through Saturday, August 31. Two series featuring three one-act plays in each will play in rotating repertory Tuesday - Friday at 7:15 PM; Saturday & Sunday at 2:15 PM and 7:15 PM. Please note, there is no matinee performance on Saturday, July 20. Individual calendar schedule of performance dates for Series A and Series B is available for viewing/download. Press Opening for Series A is Sunday, July 28 at 7:15 PM. Press Opening for Series B is Sunday, August 4 at 2:15 PM. Performances are at 59E59 Theaters (59 East 59th Street, between Park and Madison Avenues). Single tickets are $25 - $35 ($26 for 59E59 Members). A Pair of Shorts (one ticket to Series A & B, available through July 21) is $60. To purchase tickets, call the 59E59 Theater's Box Office at (646) 892-7999 or visit
La Monnaie Presents World Premiere LE SILENCE DES OMBRES

La Monnaie opens the 2019-20 season not by one, but by two world premieres. In September 2019, at the same time as Pascal Dusapin's Macbeth Underworld at La Monnaie, Le Silence des ombres premieres at KVS. It is an opera adaptation of Maurice Maeterlinck's Trois Petits Drames pour Marionnettes, commissioned to the young French composer Benjamin Attahir and produced in close collaboration with the author and director Olivier Lexa, a team of novice creators of the National School of Visual Arts of La Cambre and a cast of young singers supported by ENOA, the European Network of Opera Academies.
SUMMER SHORTS 2019 Festival Of New American Plays Returns To 59E59 Theaters

59E59 Theaters (Val Day, Artistic Director; Brian Beirne, Managing Director) is thrilled to welcome Throughline Artists (J.J. Kandel, Producing Artistic Director) with SUMMER SHORTS 2019, the annual festival of six short plays tailor-made for summer viewing. SUMMER SHORTS 2019 begins on Friday, July 19 and runs through Saturday, August 31.
Detroit Theatre Collective Presents THE INTRUDER

Detroit Theatre Collective will present a dramatic collage centered around Maurice Maeterlinck's 1891 symbolist play L'INTRUSE (The Intruder). The show features dance, vaudeville, visual media and the driving action of Maeterlinck's story, exploring metaphysical themes such as the spirit world, life and death, family and change.
La Monnaie Presents Its 2019/20 Season

This first season of Peter de Caluwe's third mandate in Brussels is, in a certain sense, also a blueprint for the coming years, during which the usual seasonal themes will step aside for a new 'seasonal architecture', allowing an even stronger focus on creation and experimentation. In total, the audience of La Monnaie can look forward to a record number of eleven operas in 2019-20..
Dell'Arte Opera Announces 2019 Festival Dedicated To Women Composers

Hailed for its "compelling and innovative programming (WQXR Radio)," dell'Arte Opera Ensemble today announced its 17th annual summer festival: Voices from the Tower exclusively featuring works composed by women.  The season will include the commissioned world premiere of Princess Maleine, with a libretto (based on the play by Maurice Maeterlinck) by Bea Goodman and music by Whitney George, and the first opera ever composed by a woman, La liberazione di Ruggiero by Francesca Caccini (1625), with a libretto by Ferdinando Saracinelli.  A scenes program will feature Cendrillon by Pauline Viardot and other operatic scenes by Thea Musgrave, Victoria Bond and others, and "Les Boulangers" will be a recital of songs featuring the works of Lili and Nadia Boulanger, their contemporaries and students.
Review Roundup: PELLEAS ET MELISANDE at the Glyndebourne Festival

Stefan Herheim, one of Europe's most exciting directors, makes his company debut with Glyndebourne's first new production of Pelléas in nearly 20 years.
The Ballard Institute Celebrates The Opening Of Spiffy Pictures And Frank Ballard Into The 80s

The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry Celebrates the Opening of Spiffy Pictures: Adventures In Television Animation and Frank Ballard Into The 80s: Babes In Toyland, The Blue Bird, and The Fantasticks Saturday, July 14 at Noon


How many shows has Maurice Maeterlinck written?

Maurice Maeterlinck has written 12 shows including Monna Vanna (Playwright), The Miracle of St. Anthony (Playwright), Sister Beatrice (Playwright), Mary Magdalene (Playwright), The Blue Bird (Playwright), Interior (Playwright), A Miracle of St. Anthony (Playwright), The Death of Tintagiles (Playwright), The Betrothal (Playwright), A Burgomaster of Belgium (Playwright), Aglavaine And Selysette (Playwright), Pelleas and Melisande (Playwright).

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