DECEMBER | 2020
HOME, presented as a radio drama, explores the psychology of a woman trapped within her house while a virus runs rampant outside. Originally penned in 1903, we parallel the turn of the century Tuberculosis scare to our stay at home at home COVID order during an administration trying to keep women silenced, subservient and back in the home.
NOVEMBER | 2020
Join City Lyric Opera in collaboration with The Curiosity Cabinet for Weill & Brecht’s Threepenny Opera. We invite you to experience power, technology, and storytelling in a never before seen live experience. This performance is a two part presentation, blending elements of prerecorded and live performance with a dynamic cast. Click below for further details—
JUNE 4 | 2020
A swashbuckling, bisexual swordswoman and opera singer alive during the 17th-century, d'Aubigny fought to cultivate a world in which those who misbehaved got what they deserved. The film, entitled "Julie", will tell her incredible story, which emphasizes the importance of courage in the face of adversity and the pursuit of equality for all.