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La Bohème - 2016


Photos by Ed Ellis (Ellis Photo) & Nanc Price (Nanc Price Photography)

20th Anniversary Festival

May 25 - June 30, 2018

To celebrate 20 years of Opera NUOVA bridging academia and the professional realm of opera and music theatre, we bring you a festival of theatrical fable, fantasy and fairytale. Join us and experience the spectacular visual impact and lush tapestries of sound in intimate venues where you can actually see every expressive nuance, hear every vocal colouration and feel every resonant vibration. Every festival event is an opportunity to experience dreams being clarified, invested and realized. Come dream with us... and celebrate 20 inspirational years! 

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Mozart's The Magic Flute Re-imagined

June 23 - 30th

The Magic Flute re-imagined in the far north, the darkness of an arctic winter gives way to glorious spring in this sparkling, fun-filled adaptation of Mozart’s beloved fantasy. Spanning northern cultures around the world and mixing myth, mystery and the history of polar exploration, the story follows the trials and triumphs of two young people determined to save themselves and each other from the destructive forces of intolerance, ignorance, and greed. As they strive to preserve our endangered environment, they also strengthen the bonds of our shared humanity, all in an attempt to lead the world to a peaceful, enlightened, and sustainable future.

This opera will be sung in German with English Dialogue

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Sondheim's Tony Award Winning Musical

June 24 -30

“Be careful what you wish for” is the ongoing theme in this imaginative Tony Award®-winning musical classic by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine which reminds us to mind the wolf, heed the witch, and honor the giant in the sky!  The brilliant musical score interweaves the plots from several well-known fairytales to share a contemporary message about dreams, wishes and the power of rallying together to build a new community across the differences that divide these beloved characters.
Recommended for ages 10+ for mature themes.

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