Opera Wilmington presents La Bohème
Our French-themed series of events this winter and spring culminates with what we know will be a fabulous production of Puccini’s masterpiece of love and loss. At our fundraiser kickoff event Oct. 28, we introduced (to great applause!!) three of our leads: tenor Jonathan Kaufman as Rodolfo, soprano Jemeesa Yarborough as Mimi, and soprano Mary Claire Curran as Musetta.
We are proud to announce other cast members William Lee Bryan (baritone) who will sing the role of Marcello. You enjoyed Bryan as Guglielmo in Opera Wilmington’s 2016 production of Così fan tutte, so make a date to see him again! Rounding out the main cast are baritone Scott Ballantine as Schaunard and perennial favorite Carl Samet as Colline.
The production takes place July 19, 21, 26 and 28, 2019 in UNCW’s Mainstage Theatre.
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Other details about this summer’s production:
- Again this summer, Opera Wilmington’s fully staged opera production will be a prominent part of UNCW’s Lumina Festival of the Arts, which runs from July 10 to 28, 2019 and includes a sparkling array of performing arts offerings.
- Friday performances of La Bohème are at 7 p.m.; Sundays are 3 p.m. matinées. Tickets are available through UNCW’s Kenan Box Office at 910 962-3500 Monday-Friday from 2-6 p.m. or online (we’ll have the link for you in early April when tickets go on sale).
- La Bohème will be performed in the MainStage Theater, Cultural Arts Building, on the UNCW campus. View a map of the campus (the Cultural Arts Building is shown as CA on the map). Free parking is available in two adjacent lots.
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