Opera Pomme Rouge Presents: Hansel and Gretel

October 9, 2016 all-day America/New York Timezone


Opera Pomme Rouge Presents:

Hansel and Gretel

Sunday, October 9, 2016 at 2:00 pm

Music by Humperdinck, Arranged by Tsuri

(at 1:30PM Origami workshop)

The Queens Museum
Flushing Meadow Corona Park

Come take a journey into the magic forest with Hansel and Gretel. If you’re lucky, a gingerbread house awaits you! Can you guess who is waiting inside? This performance includes the opportunity for you to learn songs and dances and use homemade props—including origami strawberries —to participate in the show. You may even have the chance to play the part of the Witch, complete with a witch hat, cape, and broom!

Admission is Free but the seats are limited.

Become a member and secure your seat: www.Operapommerouge.wix.com/home

Hansel:  Magda Gartner

Gretel: Aine Hakamatsuka

Mother/Witch: Jennifer Noel

Sandman: Hirona Amamiya

Echos: Jennifer Allenby, Elyse Anne Kakacek, Perri Sussman, Emily Geller

Music Director; Ishmael Wallace

Music Director Assistant: Naoko Aita

Technical Designer: Takaaki Ando

Stage Manager: Hitomi Akuzawa

Production Designer: Maria Torffield

Props Designer: Kanako Nagayama

Hair & Make-up Designer: Mayumi Maeda

Lighting Designer: Marie Yokoyama

Assistant Director: Azusa Takeuchi

Graphic Designer: Akihiko Watanabe

Administration: Aya Dei

Production assistant: Hitomi Akuzawa

Director: Anna Etsuko Tsuri

This Performance is made possible in part by the Japan Foundation and the Queens Council on the Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

About Opera Pomme Rouge:

Opera Pomme Rouge’s mission is to provide a new engaging opera experience for diverse audiences without regard to income, age or cultural background, to bring opera for free or at a significantly reduced price into communities that might never have experienced an opera, and to promote artistic excellence and life enrichment through artistic education and professionally managed high level operatic performances.

Opera Pomme Rouge has 1 to 3 full staged and semi-staged performances each year, It also has a Young Artists Program that offers career development opportunities for young professional singers, coaches/pianists and stage directors/stage managers, as well as master classes taught by European and other guest teachers.

Opera Pomme Rouge has been a 501(c)3 non-profit organization since February 2016.


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