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Opera Ithaca: A Little Night Music

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Sunday, December 30 at 8:00 PM
Smith Opera House

Join us for Opera Ithaca’s second annual New Year’s Eve Weekend celebration performance at the Smith Opera House, this year Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, “A Little Night Music,” directed by Norm Johnson and conducted by Richard Montgomery.

Ron Loyd, praised by “The Sondheim Review” for his “opulent baritone and nuanced phrasing” plays Fredrik Egerman alongside Opera Ithaca’s Lynn Craver as Desiree. Evangelia Kingsley returns to Opera Ithaca after her stunning performance in “Thumbprint” to play Madame Armfeldt. Mezzo-Soprano, Ivy Walz, returns to Opera Ithaca to play Charlotte after her memorable performance as Helena in Opera Ithaca’s inaugural season production of “Il Sogno.”  Johnathan Riesen and Gillian Lynn Cotter return to Opera Ithaca to play Henrik and Petra after triumphant performances in last season’s “The Pirates Of Penzance” and Rachel Mikol, a winner of the 2018 Edward M. Murray International Competition of Voice, makes her Opera Ithaca debut as Anne Egerman. Opera Ithaca veteran artist Marc Webster plays Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm.
This concert version of “A Little Night Music” will feature piano accompaniment and minimal props. It promises to be an intimate experience for performers and audience!

Sung in English.
Approximately 2.5 hours with 1 intermission.
Seating is a general admission.

Orchestration by Jonathan Tunick. Suggested by a film by Ingmar Bergman. Originally produced and directed on Broadway by Harold Prince.
A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All Authorized performance materials also supplied by MTI.

WINTER THEATER EXPERIENCE PACKAGE: The Finger Lakes Visitors Connection (the Ontario County tourism office) has put together a New Year’s Eve Eve Package for theater lovers that includes tickets for two people to see both A Little Night Music and Smiles of a Summer Night, the movie on which this musical was based, and get some deals on dinner and hotel in Geneva. Learn more here.

Tickets:$27.50 plus service fees for general admission
Poster shows tree standing in moonlight, promoting Opera Ithaca's A Little Night Music.