The Summer of 2012 will see Opera North celebrating its 30th year filled with magnificent voices, great music and lively theater. The season is all about three charming operas and one classic American musical.
The Elixir of Love, Donizetti
Nemorino is head over heels in love with Adina. He will try anything to make her return his affection, including spending his last dollar on a love potion. The comedy will be sung in Italian with English subtitles.
The King and I, Rogers and Hammerstein
Anna Leonowens, an English schoolteacher sent to Siam to teach the children in the royal palace, clashes with their father, the King. Together they find themselves bound by a love that neither is able to express.
The Impresario, Mozart
This is a hilarious opera about the classic conflict between singers and the theater manager who must cast them.
The Cunning Little Vixen, Janacek
This is a touching tale of the cycle of life in a European forest with characters as varied as the forest itself.
Tickets are on sale now at www.operanorth.org or by calling the Lebanon Opera House at 603-448-0400. Make it a date night out with a dinner, a show and a stay at Breakfast on the Connecticut serving a wonderful breakfast the next morning.