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Quick Q&A: Dwayne Croft

Baritone Dwayne Croft—a Cooperstown native—will sing the role of Harold Hill in this summer’s production of The Music Man.  In the early years of Glimmerglass, Dwayne took the stage in a number of children’s roles and sang his first featured … Continue reading

What’s Your Favorite Route to Glimmerglass?

Audience members, staff, interns, and the artists themselves­­ – everyone has a favorite route to The Glimmerglass Festival.  Some travelers search out shortcuts, while others prefer to slow down and enjoy the scenery. The company’s Alice Busch Opera Theater is … Continue reading

Looking Forward to Summer

The Glimmerglass Festival provides such a unique and intimate experience, and this summer we offer even more opportunities to experience opera and music theater up close and personal with the new Meet Me at the Pavilion series,special Q&As and ShowTalks. In addition to … Continue reading

ArtsOtsego: County Arts Organizations Stick Together

June and I attended a quarterly ArtsOtsego meeting this morning at Orpheus Theatre’s Rowe House in Oneonta. Representatives from several arts organizations were in attendance, including those from Catskill Symphony Orchestra, Cooperstown Art Association, Catskill Choral Soceity, Oneonta Concert Association … Continue reading

Five Ways to Gift Opera Tickets to Your Valentine

In honor of Valentine’s Day, Glimmerglass Opera partnered with Cooperstown’s Hoffman Lane Bistro to create Cupid’s Perfect Pair – a special discounted package for dinner and an opera. (Hoffman Lane offers an excellent creamy tomato basil soup and hangar steak … Continue reading

Insider Language Defined

We’ve been throwing the term “strike” around in some of our recent online exchanges, and I’d like to apologize. Some concerned readers thought the use of “strike” meant we had a protest in effect! The word “strike,” in the theater world, refers to when … Continue reading