Opera Otago is proud to be New Zealand’s longest-running opera company, producing opera for 65 years!
Katherine Mansfield Trilogy
Three One-Act Operas based on the short stories by Katherine Mansfield
Music by Dorothy Buchanan; Libretto by Jeremy Commons
The Woman at the Store – Directed by Lisa Warrington, Musical Direction by Mark Wigglesworth~ Set in a high country store, two drovers seeking shelter end up entwined in the case of a mysterious disappearance.
Miss Brill – Directed by Clare Adams, Musical Direction by Sandra Crawshaw~ On her Sunday stroll through the park, Miss Brill – in her best fur – has a life-changing experience.*Featuring Jack Moyer on Cello
The Daughters of the Late Colonel – Directed by Kim Morgan, Musical Direction by David Burchell~ A coming of age story about two girls navigating their father’s passing, and coming to terms with their newfound freedom.Tickets are available online at: https://events.humanitix.com/the-mansfield-trilogy or phone 03 4676567.
Door Sales will be available if tickets remain (Cash Only).Adults $40 ; Opera Otago Subscribers $30 (a code will be sent); Students & Children $20
3 x Adults $115 (Choose the Trio to get $5 off)
4 x Adults $150 (Choose the Quartet to get $10 off)
We aim to present two productions per year, one large-scale production and one production aimed at children, with workshops and tours of the region where time and resources permit. Our Executive Committee is made up of several enthusiastic and talented individuals with a broad range of experience and knowledge that we utilise in running the company.
As a not-for-profit volunteer organisation, Opera Otago relies on grants from local and national businesses and trusts to support it. We also rely on individual supporters who make up our audience, our membership base, and who can donate to help us to maintain a quality home of Opera in the South of New Zealand.