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Theatre Project Presents THE RETURN OF ULYSSES, SONG OF MY FATHER
by A.A. Cristi - May 29, 2024


Theatre Project will present THE RETURN OF ULYSSES with music by Monteverdi. Running from May 31 to June 2, this is the second installment of IN Series’ Monteverdi Trilogy, marking the 60th anniversary of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution.

IN Series Opera Announces 2024-25 Season ILLICIT OPERA Featuring Four Productions
by A.A. Cristi - May 29, 2024


IN SERIES OPERA's 2024-25 season, titled 'Illicit Opera,' will feature four productions exploring themes of forbidden love, power, and societal norms.

IN Series Opera Reveals Season Lineup
by Stephi Wild - May 16, 2023


IN Series Opera has announced its 2023-24 season, “Resurrection,” with five innovative productions that continue to push the boundaries of music, theater, and drama. The season opens on September 23.

IN Series Celebrate DC-Legends Chuck Brown & Eva Cassidy Through Their Only Album Together
by A.A. Cristi - May 10, 2023


IN Series Opera closes their 2022-23 season with CHUCK AND EVA, an evening celebrating the Great American Songbook through Chuck Brown and Eva Cassidy's only album: The Other Side. CHUCK AND EVA performances are June 1- 2 at the True Reformer Building and June 24 at the Baltimore Theatre Project.

Teatro Paraguas & Blackdom Productions to Present FINDING BLACKDOM - MITTIE OF SOUTH VIRGINIA STREET
by Blair Ingenthron - May 6, 2023


Teatro Paraguas will present a staged reading of Finding Blackdom - Mittie of South Virginia Street, a historical dramedy written by Dr. Timothy E. Nelson, and produced by Marissa Roybal and Blackdom LLC.

The Theatre Project Presents I WAS LOOKING AT THE CEILING AND THEN I SAW THE SKY
by Stephi Wild - Apr 14, 2023


'I WAS LOOKING AT THE CEILING AND THEN I SAW THE SKY,' by John Adams, Texts by June Jordan, runs April 14 - 16 as part of the IN Series.

Review: SERSE, Opera Holland Park
by Michael Higgs - Jul 1, 2022


This historical revival of Handel’s Serse particularly emphasises the humorous aspects of the opera, thereby creating a wonderfully entertaining spectacle from start to finish.

BWW Review: San Diego Opera's MOZART'S COSI FAN TUTTE at San Diego Civic Center
by Ron Bierman - Feb 17, 2022


I admire the plucky inventiveness of the San Diego Opera. On an annual budget of roughly three percent of New York’s Metropolitan Opera, it has managed to mount a consistently appealing and entertaining variety of productions, traditional and contemporary, in both good times and plague times. The latter even forcing an excellent performance of a much-edited La bohème in a hockey-rink parking lot with an audience seated in an armada of vehicles. But although it was an enjoyable performance over all, now and then I was glad to be wearing a California-mandated mask so that no one would know I was at the current Civic Center staging of Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte.

VIDEO: San Diego Opera Presents Mozart's COSÌ FAN TUTTE
by Alan Henry - Feb 15, 2022


San Diego Opera presents Mozart's Così fan tutte at the Civic Theatre in downtown San Diego, February 12-20, 2022.

San Diego Opera's Main Stage Season Begins With COSI FAN TUTTE At The San Diego Civic Theatre Next Month
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 13, 2022


Mozart's opera, Così fan tutte, opens on Saturday February 12, 2022 for four performances at the San Diego Civic Theatre. Additional performances are February 15, 18, and 20 (matinee), 2022. These performances mark the Company's safe return to the Civic Theatre since February of 2020 and the first time Così fan tutte has been presented by the Company since 2005 in a new production directed by “opera provocateur” Timothy Nelson.

San Diego Opera's Main Stage Season Begins February 2022 With New Production Of COSI FAN TUTTE
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 14, 2021


Mozart's opera, Così fan tutte, opens on Saturday February 12, 2022 for four performances at the San Diego Civic Theatre. Additional performances are February 15, 18, and 20 (matinee), 2022. These performances mark the Company's safe return to the Civic Theatre since February of 2020 and the first time Così fan tutte has been presented by the Company since 2005 in a new production directed by “opera provocateur” Timothy Nelson..

OPERA America Announces 2022 Opera Hall of Fame Inductees and 2022 National Opera Trustee Recognition Awards
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 7, 2021


OPERA America has announced honors for exemplary artists, administrators, advocates, and trustees in two prestigious award programs, the Opera Hall of Fame and National Opera Trustee Recognition Awards.

Mozart's COSÌ FAN TUTTE Opens San Diego Opera's Mainstage Season, February 12
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 17, 2021


Mozart's opera, Così fan tutte, opens on Saturday February 12, 2022 for four performances at the San Diego Civic Theatre. Additional performances are February 15, 18, and 20 (matinee), 2022. These performances mark the Company's safe return to the Civic Theatre since February of 2020 and the first time Così fan tutte has been presented by the Company since 2005.

IN Series Artistic Director to Participate in M&T Bank Panel on Managing Through Challenging Times
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 6, 2020


IN Series has announced that Artistic Director Timothy Nelson will be participating in the second in a series of webinars presented by M&T Bank: a?oeCultural Organizations: Managing Through Challenging Times.a??

VIDEO: IN Series Will Move its Full 2020-21 Season Online
by Stephi Wild - May 1, 2020


IN Series will present an entirely virtual season of opera-theater, designed to be experienced from the comfort and safety of home.

BWW Review: LE CABARET DE CARMEN at IN Series
by Rachael Goldberg - Jan 7, 2020


IN Series' 'Le Cabaret de Carmen' is a haunting, beautiful spin on the popular tragedy. It's a unique and thoughtful retelling, with a wonderful cast and production team, and is entrancing from its languid opening to its dramatic finale.

BWW Review: IN Series' L'ENFANCE DU CHRIST a TImely, In-Depth Experience of Berlioz' Brilliance
by Andrew White - Dec 8, 2019


Directors Steven Scott Mazzola and Timothy Nelson have created a deeply moving, broadly staged version of a piece that was originally designed for the concert hall. In moving the singers throughout the vast, acoustical gem that is the Foundry United Methodist Church, you are surrounded (literally) by actions that are as contemporary as you can possibly imaginea?'and imagine you will.

BWW Review: STORMY WEATHER at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Sprenger Theatre
by Naomi Ducat - Oct 22, 2019


Stormy Weather, written by Sybil Williams and artistically directed by Timothy Nelson, is a musically immersive, cabaret-style performance, inspired by Shakespeare's The Tempest, that presents to the audience to the tribulations of colonization through the lens of Sycorax (Michelle Rogers).

BWW Review: BUTTERFLY at InSeries At Source
by Mary Lincer - Sep 11, 2019


Soprano Amanda Palmeiro, now performing the title role at English language performances of Butterfly for the InSeries, deserves an opera career as sensational as her voice. Already a prize-winner at Met auditions, she'll perform Papagena with the Washington National Opera's Domingo Cafritz Young Artists program at the Kennedy Center in November.

IN Series Returns To The Baltimore Theatre Project
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 9, 2019


The Washington-based IN Series, an intrepid company positioning itself at the center of changing the nature of opera, is returning to the Baltimore Theatre Project as part of a collaborative effort between the two organizations to regenerate indy-opera in Baltimore. Having brought the final production of their 2018-2019 season, THE TALE OF SERSE, to BTP this past June, the company now mounts a truly major statement: BUTTERFLY, a new version of Puccini's classic and beloved Madama Butterfly that strips the work of its layers of exoticism and artifice, wrestling with its troubling issues of racism and misogyny, to arrive at an intimate theater experience that reveals the raw emotional power held within this unforgettable score. The company will bring two performances of this production to Baltimore Theatre Project September 28th and 29th.

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