Figaro Friday Flash sale: A limited number of $30 tickets now available for the remaining performances of Milhaud's The Guilty Mother. Use code FIGARO at check-out. Come and see what critics have called an ambitious production, compellingly staged.
What an amazing final dress rehearsal today! Cannot wait to share it with audiences! Tickets to the U.S. premiere of this powerful piece: www.osopera.org/guiltymother.
@thenewyorker calls On Site Opera one of the most vibrant of New York’s recently established “indie” companies! Thank you so much for the article New Yorker! The link in our bio! And check out that beautiful illustration of The Countess (Jennifer Black) by Eleni Kalorkoti. There's still a few remaining tickets to The Guilty Mother. Get yours at osopera.org/guiltymother!
We are thrilled to announce that we have been awarded our first @NEAarts Art Works grants in #NEASpring17 for our production of Darius Milhaud's The Guilty Mother! Join us for performances next week and see what makes this production a stand-out to the NEA!
Flashing back to the second installment of our Figaro Trilogy, the North American premiere of Marcos Portugal's The Marriage of Figaro! Our 2016 production took over the extremely intimate 632 on Hudson. For the final installment of the Figaro Project, Darius Milhaud's The Guilty Mother, we are thrilled to invite you to The Garage, the 6,700 square foot Almaviva residence! There are still some tickets available, get them at osopera.org/productions/guiltymother. #FBF
The Countess (Jennifer Black) reads her precious letters with Begearss (Matthew Burns) during tech rehearsals at @thegarage611
We are throwing it back this Thursday to the launch of The Figaro Project in 2015. The goal of this project was to produce lesser-known adaptations of French playwright Pierre Beaumarchais’ famed trilogy of Figaro plays. The first, produced in 2015, was Paisiello's The Barber of Seville staged in the opulent Fabbri Mansion (House of the Redeemer) on New York City’s Upper East Side. This setting is quite different than what the Almaviva’s have in store for our audiences at The Garage. How things have changed for Rosina and the Count! #TBT
Meet soprano Jennifer Black, the artist behind the complicated Countess Almaviva in OSO's production of The Guilty Mother. See Jennifer, along with the rest of the incredible cast, next week at The Garage! Tickets: www.osopera.org/guiltymother
After The Marriage of Figaro, Count Almaviva had a daughter with another woman. That daughter, Florestine (Amy Owens), happens to be in love with Leon (Andrew Owens), the son of the Countess and Cherubino. Florestine dreams of Leon during a fleeting tender moment in the opera. Come and see what happens to this ill-fated couple. Limited tickets available at osopera.org/guiltymother.