Join us this season as we celebrate the universal truths behind the pomp and pageantry of opera. The art form is massive in scale and resplendent in design, but at its heart, opera is based on timeless tales (romances, tragedies, comedies) that are set to some of the world’s most glorious music...
Whether you’re a regular attendee or a first timer, the upcoming season includes a selection of exciting and expressive stories designed to awaken your senses, tug at your heartstrings and open your eyes to the beauty of Grand Opera.
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Why is it worth 30 minutes of your time to go to Johnson & Wales University tonight for “Bon Appetit,” the short opera monologue taken...keep reading
The long-running opera monologue is based on two episodes from Julia’s classic television cooking show, “The French Chef,” which ran from 1963 to 1973. The...keep reading
How to explain the sort-of-opera “Bon Appetit!"? We’ll try: The stage is the demonstration kitchen at Johnson & Wales University, and the script is …a...keep reading