a journey through time
2001—Madama Butterfly, our first fully-staged opera opened at the George Kent Performance Hall.
2002—Tosca, a great set with a great castle wall, perfect for Tosca to jump to her death!
2003—Così Fan Tutte, first Mozart, first opera in English with English subtitles.
2004—The Mikado, great fun with fabulous fans and gorgeous costumes!
2005—La Bohème, with a delightful scene at Café Momus with young children participating.
2006—The Barber of Seville, a very energetic Figaro and an awesome men’s chorus.
2007—La Traviata, fabulous costumes, fabulous singing and our largest cast yet!
2008—Lucia di Lammermoor, this production added the Ivoryton Playhouse to our venues.
2009—Die Fledermaus hit the new Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center.
2010—L'elisir d'Amore and much rejoicing marked our 10th Anniversary!
2011—La Sonnambula graced George Kent and The Kate.
2012—The Magic Flute, our first production designed specifically for our education program.
2012—Rigoletto, a fabulous spectacle and another great men’s chorus.
2013—La Cenerentola, a delightful adaptation of this classic story.
2013—Don Pasquale, very exciting to reduce the orchestration without sacrificing quality.
2014—Gianni Schicchi, a comedy from Puccini. Who knew? And what a joy!
2014—The Marriage of Figaro, such delicious guile, romance and intrigue!
2015—The Magic Flute, adventure, mystery and music weave a timeless tale for all ages.
2015—Madame Butterfly, one beautiful day, one forsaken dream. Poor Butterfly!
2016—La Cenerentola, a merry frenzy of ardor and trickery, chaos and comedy!
2016—Abduction from the Seraglio, an exuberant production that goes boldly where no opera’s gone before.
2017—Gianni Schicchi, Puccini's comedy once again, with a memorable performance of "O mio babbino caro."
2017—Don Giovanni, souls dangled on a thread of fate during our Fall production.
2018—Jack and Jill and The Happening Hill, an imaginative retelling of a classic nursery rhyme.