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Seattle Opera serves the PNW with music, theater, and storytelling in McCaw Hall and beyond.
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Seattle Opera Nov 15
"The arts should represent or look like the community that they’re in. Disproportionately that doesn’t happen in America.” - Russell Thomas
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Seattle Opera Oct 25
Two more performances, 10/26 & 10/27! You can still hear spooky singing ghosts!
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Seattle Opera Oct 24
"I've been thinking a lot about Seattle Opera’s production of 'As One,' the opera of one woman’s journey ... we didn't stop then, and we will not stop now—celebrating the right of every individual to be their fullest self, to be as one."
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iExaminer Oct 23
Check out the operatic ghost story "The Turn of the Screw" at the through Oct. 27, starring Forrest Wu who stars as young Miles, one of the orphaned children whom the new Governess must supervise:
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Seattle Opera Oct 22
Looking for the perfect Halloween experience? Here's what audiences are saying about The Turn of the Screw: "Really, really disturbing but also AMAZING."
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Seattle Opera Oct 17
"One of the most memorable productions Seattle Opera has ever done, in that every detail is equally strong, equally riveting, the story gripping." Read praise for The Turn of the Screw:
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Hi! I'm Chloe. Oct 17
October is the time for ghosts stories, creepy characters, and spooky tales, and The Turn of the Screw checks all those boxes. The puts on an amazing show with a wide variety of casting and set design.
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Seattle Opera Oct 15
Thx for bringing this up, Rena! It's definitely an area we need to improve in and are working on through our equity committee + leadership through PoC staff (myself included). If you have more thoughts to share, please reach out gabrielle.gainor@seattleopera.org
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Seattle Opera Oct 12
"Whoa, (The Turn of the Screw) was dark! Malevolent ghosts, weirdo servants, innuendo, possession, sexual repression, death and creepy kids singing creepy songs. I don't quite know what happened, but I think you need to see this." - Audience member
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Seattle Opera Oct 10
Replying to @IEatAccordions
I would truly love to hear about this feedback for Seattle Opera! Feel free to email me at gabrielle.gainor@seattleopera.org if you're interested in sharing more.
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Seattle Opera Oct 5
It's obvious something horrible happened in The Turn of the Screw (Rape? Murder? Child abuse?). What is it? We can't say. However, here's a couple interpretations that may provide food for thought:
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Seattle Opera Sep 6
A letter to the community from , who departs this summer to become General Director of :
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Seattle Opera Aug 21
"One of the best Seattle Opera productions ever." Read praise for Porgy and Bess:
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Seattle Opera Aug 20
We spoke to our two Bess’s: Angel Blue and Elizabeth Llewellyn on what it means to tell a story about violence, drug addiction, and abusive relationships
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Seattle Opera Aug 18
Seattle Opera is holding auditions for teaching artists (music educators, singers, actors, dancers, choral directors, stage directors, creative writers, and pianists) Aug 30 & 31. Contact Courtney.Clark@SeattleOpera.org.
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Mary Elizabeth Aug 13
A little taste of my aria in ! Come see us . Performances through August 25!
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Seattle Opera Aug 13
21 Black voices in response to Porgy and Bess - up now on the Seattle Opera blog:
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Angel Blue Aug 10
Happy Friday!! I'm taking over 's instagram page tomorrow Sat Aug. 11 & it's also opening nite of Porgy & Bess! Hope that you'll follow me via seattle opera 2 get an up close look at what it's like for a singer on opening night! Lots of love to you! Angel ❤
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KING 5 News Aug 10
Michael "Wanz" Wansley, who sang on Macklemore's breakout hit "Thrift Shop," will perform in the Seattle Opera's production of "Porgy and Bess."
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Madison Symphony Aug 9
Did you know John DeMain has conducted every performance to date of Porgy and Bess?! This includes this month's performances! Their latest podcast features John and gives more insight into the work. Listen:
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