On The Main Stage

Boheme Opera NJ’s 26th Season           Bringing Amazing Music and Theater              to YOU!

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Puccini’s LA BOHEME

Friday, April 24, 2015 - 8:00pm
Sunday, April 26, 2015 - 4:00pm

Kendall Hall Main Stage Theatre                                                                     The College of New Jersey Center for the Arts

TICKETS NOW ON SALE!

  • Online at www.tcnj.edu/boxoffice, 24-7
  • By phone at (609) 771-2775, M-F, 11am to 1:30pm and 6pm to 8pm
  • In person on campus at TCNJ’s Brower Student Center Box Office, same hours
    Pre-curtain talks will take place in the theater one hour before performances. The production will be sung in Italian, with projected English supertitles to complete the opera experience. Special needs shuttle will again be available at designated points on campus.
    If you have never attended a live opera performance, this opera is a perfect beginning for you.  You will be amazed at the number of young people on stage, as well as the quality of what you witness.  Opera has changed – it no longer carries the perception of a venerable old art form.  It has the sparkle and excitement of Broadway, with all the elements of contemporary theater.
                                                                                                                                                        CONDUCTOR: JOSEPH PUCCIATTI         DIRECTOR: ERIC GIBSON

STARRING:

  • Erica Strauss as Mimi
  • Sungji Kim as Musetta
  • Benjamin Warschawski as Rodolfo
  • Eric Dubin as Marcello
  • Charles Schneider as Schaunard
  • Martin Hargrove as Colline
  • Edward Bogusz as Benoit & Alcindoro

WITH:

  • The Boheme Opera Orchestra
  • The Boheme Opera Chorus
  • The Children’s Chorus assembled from Princeton’s Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart
  • Stunning digital sets by master designer J. Matthew Root
  • Animation by Jason Milstein
  • Lighting design by Mike Voytko
  • Costume design by Kathy Slothower
  • Makeup/Wig/Hair design by Patricia DelSordo

 

 

 

 

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