Written in 1914, VOODOO is a classic love triangle set on a Louisiana plantation just after the Civil War. Typical of Harry Lawrence Freeman’s innovative compositional style (which contemporaries compared to Richard Wagner), the opera blends western classical music with African-American spirituals and popular dance music of the day. Join us for this historic concert - the first performance of VOODOO since its 1928 premiere!
Hosted by Terrance McKnight of WQXR
Conducted by Gregory Hopkins
Directed by Melissa Crespo
Projection design by Caite Hevner Kemp
Production stage management by Jessi Cotter
Starring Janinah Burnett, Crystal Charles, JoAnna Marie Ford, James R. Hopkins III, Barry L. Robinson, Steven Wallace, and Darian Worrell.
Tickets for this performance are currently SOLD OUT. Should any tickets become available, they will be sold the night of the performance on a first-come, first-served basis to those on the wait list. Patrons should arrive at the theater starting at 6pm on Friday, June 26 to be added to the wait list for that night's performance.
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