The Long Beach Opera’s (LBO) 39th annual gala will be honoring The Port of Long Beach and Patricia Racette, a celebrated operatic soprano, tomorrow in what is expected to be an unforgettable evening at Hotel Maya’s Lagunita Pavilion, it...
In 2016, an era when all of us are connected by invisible wires at all times, the role of the phone in relation to our communication with one another runs far deeper than Cocteau or Poulenc likely ever imagined.
Fallujah, the first opera made about the Iraq War experience, premiered last week at the Army National Guard in Long Beach. The Post was given a behind-the-scenes introduction to the set and a chance to speak with the team behind the opera.
Fallujah, the first opera exploring the Iraq War experience, makes its world premiere March 12 through March 20 at the Long Beach Army National Guard on Seventh Street. The powerful work will expose the anguish of war, the residual...
It is no new news that Candide is as much a conundrum and a vampire as it is a playful and satirical romp. While each new interpretation sheds new light on the material, Candide remains an enigma: A malleable...
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