Performances are August 14-30, 2015.  

7:30 evening performances and 2 p.m. matinees.
Our new venue: 
The Rose Nagelberg Theater in the Baruch Performing Arts Center
Entrance and Box Office on E. 25th St. bet. Lexington and 3rd Aves., NYC

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Read a Season Summary Article by Advisory Board Member Greg Moomjy

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Il barbiere di Siviglia by Giovanni Paisiello, libretto by Giuseppe Petrosellini
August 15, 19, 22m, 26, 29m
Paisiello's 1792 setting of the famous story predates Rossini's by more than two decades,
and was the more famous even for a while after the debut of the latter opera.

Emilie Rault, Stage Director
Daniela Candillari, Conductor and Music Director

Read Broadway World's Interview with Cole Grissom

Le nozze di Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte
August 14, 16m, 20, 22, 27, 29

Eve Summer, Stage Director
John Spencer IV, Conductor and Music Director

Rosina by Hiram Titus, libretto by Barbara Field (read SUMMARY by Erin Cressy)
August 17, 21, 23m, 28, 30m

Erin Cressy, Stage Director
Chris Fecteau, Conductor and Music Director

Beaumarchais Concert
"Les belles et les beaux"
August 25 (7:30)
featuring excerpts (with piano) of other settings of the Rosina/Figaro trilogy,
including music of Rossini, Massenet, Milhaud, Corigliano and Wikstrom.

Desiree Alejandro, Stage Director
Jeremy Weissmann, Music Director

Our collaborators:

    Metamorphosis Chamber Orchestra
    Pierre Lidar, Artistic Director


Costume Design by Carly Bradt
Scenic Design by Meganne George
Lighting Design by Scott Schneider
Graphic Design by Mackenzie Carey



Alessandra Altieri as Rosina with Jonathan Morales as Almaviva
in "Il barbiere di Siviglia" by G. Paisiello (Photo by Mark Baker


The cast of "Rosina" by H. Titus at the Baruch Performing Arts Center (Photo by K. Rich)


The cast of Le nozze di Figaro at
the Rose Nagelberg Theatre.  August, 2015

Noelle McMurtry, Tamra Paselk and Leslie Tay in The Fairy Queen in August 2014 (Photo by Brian Long)

Maestro Christopher Fecteau, Artistic Director
(Photo by Carl Jenks)