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Productions 2014
22 Chestnut and Goats
Opening
Fourth of July
Orchestra Rehearsal
Pavilion Preparations
Production Seminars
Carousel Laundry

something to play with, for and against

With every new production, we create an entire world from scratch. The big picture–floors and ceiling, grass and sky–is often the first thing to grab an audience member’s attention when the curtain goes up, but without attention to detail, the … Continue reading

The King Laughs

The operas of Giuseppe Verdi aren’t exactly known for high scores on the laugh-o-meter. Nearly everyone of his operas ends in at least one death, and the characters that do survive are left with more than a few emotional scars. … Continue reading

from UN GIORNO DI REGNO to KING FOR A DAY

You’re about two-thirds of the way through the Sunday crossword, feeling pretty good about yourself, when you realize that an 11-letter-word, already anchoring seven other words, which in turn attach to other “solutions,” is a mistake. Time to get out … Continue reading

Quick Q&A: Andrew Wilkowske

Andrew Wilkowske, who sings the role of La Rocca in this summer’s King for a Day, is no stranger to Glimmerglass. He spent two summers (2005, 2006) as a Glimmerglass Young Artist. In recent years he  performed in the premieres … Continue reading

It’s Good to be King!

We are preparing for the day single tickets go on sale (JANUARY 28!) with a series of posts focused on each of our mainstage productions. Here we focus on Verdi’s comic opera, King for a Day (Un giorno di regno), … Continue reading