Sunday, October 14 , 5 p.m. – New Britain – Trinity-On-Main Arts Center
Saturday, October 20, 8:00 p.m. – NVCC Performing Arts Center – Waterbury
Sunday, October 28 3 p.m. – MHS Arts Center Middletown
Saturday, November 3 7:30 p.m. – Garde Theater – New London

Carmen – Alexandra Kaminska
Don Jose – Daniel Juarez
Escamillio – Maksim Ivanov
Micaela – Jurate Svedaite / Samantha Talmadge
Frasquita – Heather O’Connor
Mercedes – Brooke Larimer
Zuniga – Ryan Folley
El Remendado – Chris Lucier
Morales / El Dancairo – Hartley Horn

Creative Team:
Stage / Artistic Director – Adrian Sylveen
Michele Angelina: Stage Manager / Assistant
Nathaniel Baker: Company Pianist
Phoenix Theater: Set assistance
Joe Marturano: Lights Designer

Jealousy, revenge and murder in 19th-century Spain.¬†Carmen, one of the most popular operas of all time. The beautiful but defiant gypsy, Carmen, captures the love of two men. One, Don Jose, is a corporal on duty in Seville and the other is Escamillo, a toreador scheduled for bullfights in the city’s arena. The ensuing story is one of jealousy, revenge and murder. The familiar music of Carmen with its beloved arias, choruses and orchestral interludes continues to please audiences around the world. Colorful scenes shift from Seville’s city square to Lillas Pastia’s tavern. Then the drama moves to a wild mountain pass near the city and finally to the plaza outside the bullring arena. The role of Carmen makes this French opera unforgettable. Performed with full orchestra and English¬†super-titles.

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