An Afternoon of American Micro-Operas for Female Voice

Bryant-Jordan Hall 285 Kilgore Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL

Join us for a celebration of American opera written for female voices.  While short in duration (each work is approximately ten-minutes in length), these works, all written within the last few years, are not short on substance and feature the sopranos and mezzo-sopranos of our company. Featuring Tony Solitro’s “Fabulous,” Leanna Kirchoff’s “Scrapbookers,” and Philip…

An Afternoon of American Micro-Operas for Female Voice

Bryant-Jordan Hall 285 Kilgore Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL

Join us for a celebration of American opera written for female voices.  While short in duration (each work is approximately ten-minutes in length), these works, all written within the last few years, are not short on substance and feature the sopranos and mezzo-sopranos of our company. Featuring Tony Solitro’s “Fabulous,” Leanna Kirchoff’s “Scrapbookers,” and Philip…

An Afternoon of American Micro-Operas for Female Voice

Bryant-Jordan Hall 285 Kilgore Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL

Join us for a celebration of American opera written for female voices.  While short in duration (each work is approximately ten-minutes in length), these works, all written within the last few years, are not short on substance and feature the sopranos and mezzo-sopranos of our company. Featuring Tony Solitro’s “Fabulous,” Leanna Kirchoff’s “Scrapbookers,” and Philip…

Amahl and the Night Visitors

Bryant-Jordan Hall 285 Kilgore Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL

The UA Opera Theatre offers this holiday treat for audiences of all ages. Inspired by Bosch’s The Adoration of the Magi, Menotti’s poignant drama tells the tale of three kings on a journey to bring gifts to the wondrous child, a loving Mother with a heart of gold, and the young boy Amahl who offers his crutch as…

Amahl and the Night Visitors

Bryant-Jordan Hall 285 Kilgore Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL

The UA Opera Theatre offers this holiday treat for audiences of all ages. Inspired by Bosch’s The Adoration of the Magi, Menotti’s poignant drama tells the tale of three kings on a journey to bring gifts to the wondrous child, a loving Mother with a heart of gold, and the young boy Amahl who offers his crutch as…

Amahl and the Night Visitors

Bryant-Jordan Hall 285 Kilgore Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL

The UA Opera Theatre offers this holiday treat for audiences of all ages. Inspired by Bosch’s The Adoration of the Magi, Menotti’s poignant drama tells the tale of three kings on a journey to bring gifts to the wondrous child, a loving Mother with a heart of gold, and the young boy Amahl who offers his crutch as…

Opera Guild: “Bravo 2021! The Show Must Go On!”

Virtual Event

BRAVO 2021! THE SHOW MUST GO ON A Virtual Alumni Concert and Gala 6:30 pm, Friday, January 29, 2021 (the night that our in-person 2021 Gala would have been held) Join us on Zoom for an evening of special performances by beloved UA Opera Theatre Alumni, along with prizes, toasts, celebrations, and operatic merriment! Black Tie optional and your Friday-night

Opera Guild: “Bravo 2021! The Show Must Go On!”

Virtual Event

BRAVO 2021! THE SHOW MUST GO ON A Virtual Alumni Concert and Gala 6:30 pm, Friday, January 29, 2021 (the night that our in-person 2021 Gala would have been held) Join us on Zoom for an evening of special performances by beloved UA Opera Theatre Alumni, along with prizes, toasts, celebrations, and operatic merriment! Black Tie optional and your Friday-night

Opera Guild: “Bravo 2021! The Show Must Go On!”

Virtual Event

BRAVO 2021! THE SHOW MUST GO ON A Virtual Alumni Concert and Gala 6:30 pm, Friday, January 29, 2021 (the night that our in-person 2021 Gala would have been held) Join us on Zoom for an evening of special performances by beloved UA Opera Theatre Alumni, along with prizes, toasts, celebrations, and operatic merriment! Black Tie optional and your Friday-night

PERFORMANCE – “Amahl and the Night Visitors”

Bryant-Jordan Hall 285 Kilgore Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL

Music and Libretto by Gian Carlo Menotti Director – Laura Pritchard Assistant Director – TBA Producer – Paul Houghtaling Music Director and Conductor – John Robertson Scenic Design and Supervision – Marla Moss Costume Design and Supervision – Andrew Haueter Lighting Design – TBA