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Our 2018/19 Season continues with Britten's ghostly thriller The Turn of the Screw October 13–26.
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George Gershwin, DuBose and Dorothy Heyward, and Ira Gershwin
Aug. 11-25, 2018
A new-to-Seattle production of the Gershwins' American masterpiece thrilled audiences with "an enthralling evening" where "you can't take your eyes or ears off the stage." (City Arts Magazine).
June 2-10, 2018
An all-female creative team and principal cast brings to life an innovative retelling of Gluck’s classic Orpheus and Eurydice that “cleverly reworks operatic tradition and upends traditional gender roles.” (The Seattle Times).
May 5-19, 2018
Director Francesca Zambello's "spectacular" (Opera Warhorses) new-to-Seattle production featured choreography by contemporary dance leader Jessica Lang, as well as designs by "art world superstar" (San Francisco Chronicle) RETNA.
Feb. 24-Mar. 10, 2018
This "fast-paced, action-packed and nobly sung" (The Seattle Times) operatic adaptation of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing combined the talents of ACT Theatre and Seattle Symphony for a one-of-a-kind theatrical hybrid.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Jan. 13-27, 2018
Blending bawdy humor and keen insight, this charming contemporary comedy about sex featured “gorgeous music, intense theatricality, fun, pathos and tremendous energy” (Seattle PI).
Oct. 14-28, 2017
This “action-packed fun” (The Seattle Times) production featured vibrant sets and costumes, an iconic score, and a series of schemes worthy of Bugs Bunny.
Sep. 7-17, 2017
Treasured possessions became symbols of home in this 2015 Seattle Opera commission, inspired by true stories from our region’s history and performed at the iconic Washington Hall in the Central District.
Aug. 5-19, 2017
This production featured new-to-Seattle sets and costumes, with staging inspired by stylized Japanese theater.
May 6-21, 2017
Award-winning costumes from the fabulous Zandra Rhodes added to the many delights of one of the most fantastic entertainments ever created.
Claudio Monteverdi & François Couperin
April 1-9, 2017
Based on Tasso's epic poem set during the Crusades, The Combat combined works by Monteverdi and Couperin to explore how differing cultural identities impact the lives of two star-crossed lovers.