Hubbard Hall Opera Theater
Building off of the rich tradition of arts in the Cambridge Valley, Hubbard Hall Opera Theater seeks to bring yet another element of culture to an already bustling center.
Carmen, a condensed piano production, in French with supertitles
Thrilling but dangerous, the captivating Carmen is one of the most vivid characters in all of opera. Bizet’s Carmen tells the story of a beguiling gypsy who sets her sights on a naïve but passionate young corporal, tracing a tale of seduction, obsession, and deadly betrayal. In this fully staged and costumed piano reduction, the Hubbard Hall Opera Theater will treat you to all of Carmen’s sizzling hits, including the famous “Habañera” and the irresistible Toreador’s song.
Directed by Jason Dolmetsch
Dramaturgy by Janet Scurria
Musically Directed by Elizabeth Bonomo
Saturday, February 1st
Sunday, February 2nd
Mainstage and Conservatory auditions are now up!
The mission of HHOT is to provide classically trained singers and instrumentalists in New England and upstate New York greater opportunities to create something beautiful close to home, while also giving rural audiences the chance to enjoy an opera without having to spend the night in a city to do so. We also enjoy providing young artists with the chance to perform key roles in a nurturing environment alongside experienced professionals.