The Capulets and Montagues
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Opera Omaha is honored to serve this community, which includes our audience, artists, staff and collaborators. We strive to be a leader in our community and in our field, even when it means making difficult decisions.
As we have been monitoring the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic, relying on information from local authorities as well as our partners and colleagues, we have decided that the most responsible way to honor our commitment to our community is to postpone our upcoming events and ONE Festival offerings including the productions of St John the Baptist in the MidCo Glass Building and The Capulets and the Montagues in the Orpheum Theater.
We are exploring options to bring our ONE Festival projects to fruition at a later date, and Opera Omaha will fulfill its contractual commitments to its artists and crew.

 

 

 

 

Opera Omaha The Capulets and Montagues Orpheum Theater

Bellini’s bel canto masterpiece is a seldom-seen telling of Romeo and Juliet, the infamous “star-crossed lovers” engulfed by rival political factions on the brink of war. Most commonly known through Shakespeare but inspired here from writings of the Italian Renaissance, I Capuleti gives thrilling voice to one of the world’s most overwhelming and vital love stories.

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Bellini’s bel canto masterpiece is a seldom-seen telling of Romeo and Juliet, the infamous “star-crossed lovers” engulfed by rival political factions on the brink of war. Most commonly known through Shakespeare but inspired here from writings of the Italian Renaissance, I Capuleti gives thrilling voice to one of the world’s most overwhelming and vital love stories. 

Opera Omaha’s new production by ONE Festival Artistic Director James Darrah is a dark and visually rich exploration of love and loss illuminated by a powerful ensemble of world-class artists, designers and dancers, including the return of soprano Andriana Chuchman (2015- A Flowering Tree, 2017- Flight) as Juliet.  True to Bellini’s original score, acclaimed mezzo soprano Daniela Mack makes her festival debut as Romeo.

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