Posts Tagged: britten

WTOC 1984: Albert Herring

I turned up no artist photos from 1984’s Albert Herring – just a handful of snapshots of the set.  Britten’s comic opera was conducted by WTOC Music Director Richard Woitach and directed by David Ostwald.

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WTC 1976: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A daring new production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream kicked off the 1976 WTC season at the Filene Center. Directed by David Alden and conducted by John Moriarity, it featured all 16 members of the Company roster. (Guest artists were engaged for Oberon and Puck.)  Young artists making their Wolf Trap debuts included John Cheek

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WTC 1975: Albert Herring

During the previous summer, the Company mounted its first production at the nearby Madeira School (a double bill of Pasatieri’s Calvary & Signor Deluso).  This collaboration continued in 1975 with Britten’s Albert Herring. The four performances were double-cast, and the Wolf Trap Company young artists handled all roles. Sadly, there don’t seem to be any

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